Heba El-Haddad

Phone: (408) 758- 0960
Website: Khalil Center

Heba has received her undergraduate degree from UC Irvine in Psychology of Social Science and later earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. She worked at OMID Multicultural Institute for Development, a mental health institute for 3 years, where she completed her clinical hours andgained a variety of experience working with the Muslim population coming from many different ethnicities and backgrounds. Simultaneously, she worked at the Anaheim Family Justice Center through New Star Family Center in Anaheim with law enforcement, counseling victims of domestic violence and abuse. She also served as a therapist for ICNA’s first Transitional home and shelter for Muslim women in Southern California. Heba has previously worked with pioneering community organizations such as Islamic Relief USA and Access California Services. Heba currently provides Pre-Marital Counseling services in Northern California where she resides and is an affiliate of the Stanford Muslim Mental Health Department. Heba is married and has 2 children.

Average Session Cost: $!20
Sliding Scale: Yes
Address: 3033 Scott Blvd.
City: Santa Clara
State: California
Zip Code: 95054
Affiliation: Khalil Center
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Family Conflict
  • Relationship Issues
  • Women's Issues
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