Austin Therapists of Color - Directory

Hello Austin Therapists of Color,

This is a quick email to invite you to submit your information to the google form Melody Li created. Once she gets enough submissions, she will be able to organize the information into a document for us to utilize and share as a resource. If interested in being included in the directory, please follow this link: https://goo.gl/forms/ASo4PclYHsGlHSxH3

Side note: You can find the Facebook page by searching for Austin Therapists of Color. 

I hope this email finds you doing well! See you in a few weeks!

Next Meetup: October 5, 2017 at 6:30p - Genuine Joe Coffeehouse

Warmest regards,

Jennifer Minor, MA, LPC Intern
supervised by Nichole Hart, LPC-S
Hart Counseling Services
15901 Central Commerce Dr. Suite 506
Pflugerville, TX 78660
ph: (512) 518-1920   
fax: (512) 777-2982

Transition-Age Youth Workgroup - UPDATE!

I would like to announce an exciting and free training event (CEUs provided for SW and LMFT).  Those of you who were at the June meeting saw a portion of this training and might want to see the full training or send others to it:

Serving Transition-Age Youth:  Trauma-Informed Considerations

Click on the link above to be taken to the Eventbrite page for the first of two dates that this training will be offered.  Don’t miss our panel of youth speakers or the debut of the youth-created video, “Never Give Up”.  This remarkable video was created and performed by youth members of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) youth task force.  It is scheduled for launch in October.  Here is a 30 second sample:

https://youtu.be/9_T6cEIjV5s

Please share this information with anyone who might be interested.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me via email or phone. 

 

LeShawn Arbuckle, LCSW-S | Director of Counseling Services
LifeWorks, Empowering Self-Sufficiency
8913 Collinfield Dr | Austin, TX 78758
O - 512.735.2508 | F - 512.735.2452

18th Annual Central Texas African American Family Support Conference - Call for Papers now Open

Good Afternoon,

Thank you for your interest in our upcoming Central Texas African American Family Support Conference.

Our Call for Papers is now open and we will be accepting applications until Tuesday, October 17th. You can fill out the application here.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Best,
Sarah Wauters

Community Engagement Manager
Integral Care  Healthy Living For Everyone
P: 512-440-4098 | C: 512-809-7739
Integralcare.org|Facebook | Twitter

ACGC Walk-In Clinic Expands to Two Days & Fall Workshops

Fall 2017
Austin Child Guidance Center Updates

 

Walk-In Clinic expands to second day: 
Now open Tuesdays and Fridays

Walk-In Counseling Clinic

What?
Children up to the age of 17 as well as other family members can be seen without having to wait for an appointment. Parents can be seen without their child to consult about problem behavior, seek advice or get direction. Family members can be seen for walk-in session or return for more. Services can be provided in English or Spanish. Clients are seen on a first come, first serve basis.  

When?
Tuesday: 5- 7:00pm
Friday: 2- 4:00pm

Cost?
Sliding fee scale

Downloadable Flyers
Please print these flyers and distribute!
English Flyer
Spanish Flyer

 

Austin Child Guidance Center is offering three low cost groups starting in late September

To register or refer someone, please call
Sara Walters at 512-451-2242

 

Anger Management/ Conflict Resolution Group

What?
This 8 week group is for English speaking children 9-12 years old. This group will help participants learn to identify common triggers of anger, identify positive ways to manage and express anger, and to apply problem-solving skills to real situations. 

Time?
5:30-7:00pm

When?
Every Monday for 8 weeks, beginning September 25th

Cost?
Sliding scale fee

Downloadable Flyer
Please print this flyer and distribute! 

 

Social Skills Group

What?
This 8 week group is for English speaking children 6-9 years old. This group will work with kids to learn about body language, communication, and socially appropriate interactions. 

Time?
6-7:30pm

When?
Every Wednesday, beginning September 27th

Cost?
Sliding scale fee

Downloadable Flyer
Please print this flyer and distribute! 

 

ADHD Parents Group

What?
This 8 week group is for English speaking parents of children 5-12 years old with AD/HD and oppositional or defiant behavior. This group will help to improve parenting skills for children's behavioral problems, raise parents' knowledge about causes of defiant behavior, and increase children's compliance with commands and rules. 

Time?
6-7:30pm

When?
Every Thursday, beginning September 28th

Cost?
$10 per session (per couple)

Downloadable Flyer
Please print this flyer and distribute! 

 

FREE CHILDCARE

Free childcare is available to children 2 years old and older
for the Walk-In Clinic and Groups.

REGISTER TODAY FOR GROUPS
Contact Sara Walters at 512-451-2242.

SAALT is Hiring

SAALT is excited to announce two new and important positions to our team: We are looking for a Community Partnerships Manager and Policy Associate. Both new positions will significantly expand SAALT's ability to engage with our communities and community partners on critical and emerging issues for South Asians nationwide.


This past year has given rise to issues that deeply impact the South Asian American community: hate violence, racial profiling, and the continued need to fight for immigrant justice. There is no better time than now for us to strengthen our community base and advocate for the civil rights and liberties of all South Asians in the United States. Please consider joining our team:

  • We are seeking candidates for a Community Partnerships Manager to expand SAALT's work at the regional level with our community partners in the National Coalition of South Asian Organizations (NCSO), particularly around local advocacy and organizing efforts. Priority deadline is October 1, 2017 but we are accepting applications on a rolling basis.
  • Help elevate SAALT's policy priorities around hate violence, immigration, and civil rights by applying for our Policy Associate position! This staff member will support the development and implementation of SAALT's legislative, administrative, and public policy agenda and activities. Priority deadline is October 1, 2017 but we are accepting applications on a rolling basis.

To see the full job descriptions and apply, please visit our opportunities page and spread the word about these fantastic opportunities! 
Here to more great folks joining the SAALT team!

Visit www.saalt.org to learn more.  

 

In partnership,
The SAALT Team

$1K Walmart Gift Cards for Harvey Families [Write Relief Letter to Tom Joyner]

To: Richard Franklin and All (Cc)

 

1. Letter Help: Here's one huge way civic leaders like you and elected officials can help Harvey evacuees without spending any money via e-mail (or minimal notary & postage costs). Tom Joyner Morning Show (TJMS) through its 501(c)(3) [BlackAmericaWeb.com] is giving $1K in Walmart gift cards to families who took in other families due to Hurricane Harvey. Most relief efforts don't consider this population, so Tom Joyner started the fund with a personal $20K donation. As of Thursday (September 7, 2017), the fund was up to $300K. The letters get vetted and a few are read on the air, 5A-9A (http://player.listenlive.co/47051/en). Donations are accepted, too, for specific families or the general fund. The letter is plenty, though. Some folk may not know about Tom Joyner's Harvey Relief Fund. So I'm including details below.

 

    a. Harvey Relief Announcement (9 minutes): https://blackamericaweb.com/2017/08/28/top-of-the-morning-donate-to-the-hurricane-harvey-relief-fund-on-baw/

 

    b. Contact Information: The family needing help must include letter(s) (e.g., pastor, employer, elected official) to confirm the requested help. A "notarized letter" would be ideal; that's what Sybil Wilkes notes in the announcement, but there's an e-mail link to Tom Joyner on the Harvey Relief webpage as well. Here's a link to the mailing address/contact information: https://blackamericaweb.com/black-america-web-relief-fund/

 

    c. Example (audio): The attached audio clip is from Thursday (September 7th); it starts with Tom Joyner reading and discussing one family's letter (Bell Family). He then states that 100% of funds go to families in need, those who took in other families due to Hurricane Harvey. During yesterday's show he made a similiar announcement, too. Each day he reads several relief letters on the air.

    

    d. Letters: Here's a link to letters from families in need, good examples read on the air: https://blackamericaweb.com/2017/09/01/hurricane-harvey-relief-fund-letters

 

2. BackstoryTom Joyner's legit; he's a nationally-syndicated radio host known as the "Fly Joc." I've listened to his show for years (radio and online) and went to a Sky Show (live recording) in San Antonio years ago. "When he ended his airline commute, he had accumulated over seven million frequent-flyer miles with American Airlines, paying a $30,000 annual fee. The airline also retired two seats in his honor, in appreciation for the favorable publicity received from the “Fly Jock” arrangement, to be used in his radio studio." Weblink: http://encyclopedia.jrank.org/articles/pages/4334/Joyner-Tom-c-1949.html

 

3. ClosingFeel free to share with others. 

Open Positions at Integral Care/Community Advancement Network

Please spread the word!  Integral Care has a couple of openings for positions with the Community Advancement Network.  More info on CAN:  http://canatx.org

 

Program Coordinator:  https://integralcare.e3applicants.com/careers/Program-Coordinator-769

Part-time Communications Specialist:  https://integralcare.e3applicants.com/careers/PartTime-Communications-Specialist-774

Free community talk for those affected by Hurricane Harvey

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Affected by Harvey? Schedule a new Conversations with Dr. B. talk: I’m Ready To See The Light

In this free 45-minute presentation, you will:

  • Gain a better understanding of how trauma can affect you
  • Empower yourself with evidence-based, yet practical information
  • Explore how your thoughts can help you heal or keep you stuck in distress
  • Become inspired to take action

This free community talk is available to adult groups of 10 or more. It’s held at your location and the date/time is negotiable. Please feel free to share this with anyone you think would benefit from attending.

Only available until 10/30/17

September Austin ROSC Announcements

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September Announcements!

Good Morning Austin ROSC Stakeholders,

We've made it through another summer and September is upon us!  This month our Learning Day event will take place instead of our monthly meeting.  We will resume our regular monthly meeting in October.  Please register to attend our 2nd Annual Learning Day on September 22nd and earn 4 hours of FREE CEU's!  This year's sponsor is Georgetown Behavioral Health.  Our meetings are held at the Austin Community College- Highland Business Center (HBC) on the 4th Friday of every month from 12pm - 1:30pm.  Also, nominations continue to be open for Chairperson.  We will be voting at our October 27th General meeting.  Leadership Team descriptions are available on our website.  Raul Garcia's term will be up in October and he will move into the position of 'Past Chair', so we will continue to have his support!  

With Gratitude,
Elizabeth Henry
Secretary
Austin ROSC Initiative

 

September Events:

Sign the petition and show your support for the Austin Sobriety Center!
 Click here to sign the petition!
 

Austin ROSC 2nd Annual Learning Day

Meeting Recovery Where It Begins...
4 hours of CEU's and a Lifetime of Knowledge!
Date: 
Friday, September 22nd
Time:
9 am-3 pm
Sponsored by: 
Georgetown Behavioral Health
http://www.georgetownbehavioral.com/
Location:
ACC- Highland Business Center
5930 Middle Fiskville Rd, Room 410
Austin, TX 78752

Lunch will be provided!!
Registration is required.

Please register at our website: http://secure-web.cisco.com/1dWT-zaCdaMu9Va2lQ1ny2dD0FWzXS3s-1bgPHir4zwSflM9m5AHbLCf5lrY_p_Pt4RS0thcKaOuiWYEbhBrCs50PnWY5XhQig00FmzUQDCaefj-b8pfQyMWjMoeZSJOUtUgDAHQ6mnAi1WruRlN0yTdXc7w_uT5kVvLm-UVmukYLAjuOfuI5UUVvXQRg1WnfsBX_dOrIICPPRE5zzaJTr3KTqtj7WoAVbAEG7eI9DBYfXC-7GndKU21fCfY-rag54s7_en-4l8qJE85mkzPitu8_xUM00V1mNXTql7j6J2XNvag-BYIdlPSCoEdoitO6eAUh0vcFEtxCzxkvx4cw2LwyQCVejagCu9hHH2-k4FVmB4k6YqsTNKu-Ecrl-_LYJKLZHxlNl4EAxjUI13Oy3X7ggOJelhiu7vXpkEL8VffGwt9MuPTsfuBWn_AvsU8ZB9Uepre6HKHqnd53OXkNeNlObLbgyfQ8gfmWIbNjnAjXoZDiCQguO9yrJ-khNlS0JfGTN7AmJR2knqu04OQuuxE1lcgA9eVc548etpP04Kv4lJzp54M_SG8ABg182j924pgQFdCkMH-T8GkAsMXVQd8lpzzzlGkWIjkrKVNGbHQ/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.austinrosc.com
Presentations and training by: 
TONI- Naloxone Training
Lisa Medina, MA LCDC- Harm Reduction 101
Austin ROSC

*Our next general monthly meeting will be in October*


Rock Springs September 3 hour CEU

Date/Time:
Friday, September 8th, 2017
9:00 a.m.-12:00 noon
*Registration begins at 8:30 a.m

Presenter:
Chris Anderson    
Dream Life of an Addict
 
Location:
Rock Springs Hospital
700 SE Inner Loop
Georgetown, Texas 78626
 
CEUs provided at No Cost:
3 Contact Hours will be awarded to
Social Workers, Counselors, and Marriage & Family Therapists
RSVP: Email: NatalieSacco@spsh.com
 


AustinNET’s monthly networking meeting & luncheon for Austin area addiction recovery professionals, students & allies is held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
September Meeting Information
Location: 
Texas Star Recovery
Co-Host:
Covenant Hills
Date:
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
 
Please RSVP to reserve lunch:
Johnny.Gammage@uhsinc.com


Austin Spiritual Care Network (ASCN) brings together mental health professionals and spiritual leaders in the Austin area. Attendees are a diverse group from a variety of backgrounds that meet monthly to offer support, guidance and resources for mental health and addiction issues in the faith community.   

Date:  September 20th
Time: 11:30 until 1 pm
Location:
Infinite Recovery Community Room
7517 Cameron Rd #118,
Austin, TX 78752

Speaker: TBA

Meetings held monthly on the third Wednesday at 11:30 AM.

For more information, contact:
Sara Buckler 817-770-7932
Eric Ayles, 972-768-3211       


NAMIWalks Austin 5K
The largest mental health awareness event in Central Texas!

"Join the movement that's changing the way our community addresses mental health! When you register as a Team Captain or Walker with NAMIWalks Austin, you're helping provide exceptional no-cost mental health education, support and advocacy programs in the Greater Austin area."
Date:  
September 23rd
Check In Starts: 7:30am
Walk Begins: 9:00am
Location:
The Long Center
701 W Riverside Dr,
Austin, TX 78704

Invite your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers and join us for Central Texas' largest fun-filled, stigma-busting mental health awareness event of the year. 
Register at:  https://www.namiwalks.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=657
 


Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute- 2 Hour CEU
Date: 
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Time: 
9:00 -11:00
Presenter:
Alan Turner
Williamson County Crisis Intervention Team
Topic:
Suicide Prevention
Location:
3101 South Austin Ave.
Georgetown, TX 78626

For more information please contact: Meaghan Escareno (314) 650-0239

Parking in Front • Sign in at Lobby • Complimentary Breakfast • No RSVP needed

Read more: http://www.georgetownbehavioral.com/news-events/hospital-events#ixzz4rf5V4qUk
 


Integral Care is now offering weekly Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) classes in Austin and Georgetown.
MHFA is a one-day training that teaches people how to help someone who may be experiencing a
mental health crisis or showing signs of mental illness or substance use disorder.
Thanks to a grant from the St. David’s Foundation, no one will be turned away.
However, a donation of $10 is welcome.
For dates and locations please visit:
 http://www.integralcare.org/2017/08/15/mental-health-first-aid-classes/
 



3rd Annual Recovery in the Park needs volunteers!

Great opportunity for your organization to have a group service event.

Date/Time:
September 30th, 2017 from 4pm – 8pm

Location:
Parque Zaragoza Recreation Center
2608 Gonzales St,
Austin, TX 78702
 

FREE Training: SEPT 29-30, Austin You're Invited: Safe and Healthy Churches 2017 Training

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Safe & Healthy Churches Training:
Ending Family Violence

When
September 29-30, 2017                   
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Where
DoubleTree Inn, Austin, TX

Cost
Free
                                         

 

Greetings!
                   

On September 29-30, 2017, InFaith Community Foundation is offering Safe & Healthy Churches Training: Ending Family Violence, a free two-day training in the Austin, Texas area facilitated by FaithTrust Institute.  This training is designed to help Christian pastors and lay leaders understand the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence and the ramifications of violence and trauma on individuals, the church and our shared community. The Safe & Healthy Churches Training also equips churches to develop trauma-informed protocols to protect victims, prevent future harm, and respond effectively and sensitively to victims/survivors, their families and abusers.

By utilizing a team approach, this training will address issues facing the entire church, as well as issues particular to individuals serving in leadership roles. Three break-out sessions will address these specific issues:

 The training is fully sponsored by InFaith Community Foundation as part of their initiative to end family violence.  InFaith is generously covering all expenses for attendees (including one night's hotel) as a means to further individual Christian church responses to family violence, and also reinforce an ecumenical response within the region. Churches from Austin, San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth, and surrounding areas, are invited.

  

Click on the link below to register or RSVP.

Get more information

Register Now!

I can't make it

Please contact me if you have any questions or would like more information at clareo@faithtrustinstitute.org.

  

Thank you for your attention and response.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,

Clare

FaithTrust Institute
Program and Learning Coordinator
clareo@faithtrustinstitute.org
206-634-1903
2414 SW Andover Street

Suite D208
Seattle, WA 98106


 

 

 

FaithTrust Institute, 2414 SW Andover Street, Suite D208, Seattle, WA 98106

Job Posting: CARE Clinician at the University of Texas at Austin

Dear Austin Colleagues, 

There are a few openings on my wonderful work team. We are looking for two mental health clinicians (LPC, Ph.d, or LCSW) to serve college students who don't usually access services due to structural barriers. My outgoing coworkers are both people of color, and so it is important for me to be able make the job accessible to clinicians of color. If you know anyone who would be interested, please past this along. Austin is such a wonderful place to live, and this would be a great opportunity for anyone who really wants to make a difference at both the micro and macro level. I would be happy to answer any questions!

https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/hr/jobs/nlogon/170809011517

Thank you,

Amy Trinh, LPC
amy.l.tao@gmail.com

SAVE THE DATE: Austin Travis County Health Plan Forum

Dear Community Partners,

You are invited to the Community Health Assessment (CHA) forum on August 30th, 2017 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the AISD Performing Arts Center located at 1500 Barbara Jordan Blvd. Austin, TX 78723. Please distribute this information to your networks including neighbors, clients, friends, and family.

This forum will have an interactive format where you can:

  • Review findings from the draft of the 2017 CHA
  • Identify what is important to you

More information about the event will be forthcoming. Contact our team via email at CHACHIP@austintexas.gov  if you have questions.

 

 

As you may know, since August 2011, the Austin Public Health, Travis County Health and Human Services, Central Health, St. David’s Foundation, Seton Healthcare Family, Integral Care, Capital Metro, the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health Austin Regional Campus, and Dell Medical School have been leading a comprehensive community health planning effort to measurably improve the health of Austin/Travis County residents. The first iteration of the Community Health Assessment, released in December 2012 and the foundation for the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), was based on community indicators and our community’s voice as captured in key informant interviews, focus groups, and forums throughout Austin and Travis County. Please join us as we review the second iteration of the CHA.

We look forward to seeing you!

Calling All Vendors in Support of the HT Student "HBCU L.I.T. (Lead, Inspire, Trailblaze) Weekend"

Thank you in advance for your support of this Huston-Tillotson University student initiative. Visit Eventbrite or contact the NAACP student representative to secure your space.

 

Eventbrite
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hbcu-lit-weekend-tickets-35521555930?aff=ehomecard

HT Student Representative
naacpht@gmail.com

Saturday, August 12 Health Fair in Taylor, TX

 

Wellness & Empowerment Community Ministries

Main Street Events Center
3101 N. Main Street
Taylor, Texas 76574
Saturday, August 12, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

 

Introduction:

The Way to Wellness Health Fair strives to increase awareness and perceptions of mental health, recovery and wellness in the community.  We hope to integrate the church in its vital role in mental health and wellness, wherein families can access resources and support they need for long-term recovery and life-long wellness.

The Health Fair is hosted by God’s Way Christian Baptist Church Wellness and Empowerment Community Ministries(WECM) African American Faith-Based Initiative and funded in part by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Healthwww.hogg.utexas.edu. We are pleased to plan and sponsor this event with support from Salvation and Praise Tabernacle COGIC (Pastor Larry Taylor) and Bluebonnet Trails Community Services.

 

The Health Fair and Presenters Forum, to include:

  • Health and Wellness Presenters
  • Health Care and Wellness Exhibitors
  • Health Screenings

 

Registration:  FREE EVENT

Liability:  Neither God’s Way CBC - WECM, nor the venue will be responsible in any way for damages, loss, or destruction of any participants, property, representative, agency, employees, or invitees.

Contact:

For more information please contact Dr. B. R. Reese, Senior Pastor  gwcbctw@icloud.com

or call (512) 560-3938 or Cheryl Reese – cheryreese@yahoo.com

AustinNET Networking meeting and lunch

Join AustinNET on August 9th at University High School with cohost Teen and Family Services

{@ustinNET}

 

AustinNET is a networking meeting & lunch, for Austin's addiction recovery professionals, students & allies held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. 

 

Next Meeting:
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
12 to 1:30 p.m.

Location:
University High School
2700 University Dr, Austin, TX 78705

Co-Host:
Teen and Family Services

 

Please send RSVP for lunch to:
jray@uhighschool.com

Please note: 
Please RSVP again if you had earlier as the email on our website was incorrect.


 

Parking: Pay-to-park lot at 2004 University Ave
Dobie Garage, 2005 Whitis Avenue

 

Entrance: West side of University Christian Church which faces University Avenue. It is a metal door with a placard on it that includes University High School's phone number 512-382-0072 and logo.   

RSVP Here for Lunch

 

 

austintaap@gmail.com | austintaap.org

Integral Care - Mental Health First Aid Expansion-St. David's Foundation Funding

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Mental Health First Aid: Take a class, save a life.

Integral Care was awarded a grant by the St. David's Foundation to offer even more Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) to the community. MHFA is a one-day training that teaches people how to help someone who may be experiencing a mental health crisis or showing signs of mental illness or substance use disorder. MHFA can save a life, just like CPR can save someone who can't breathe or is having a heart attack. 

Help increase awareness and the need for MHFA by sharing the registration link with your friends and family.

Here is the link - http://www.integralcare.org/content/mental-health-first-aid-training

Start the Conversation on Mental Health 08/06/17

This event is in Houston...

Start the Conversation on Mental Health

Open Up
August 6, 2017 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
India House 8888 W. Bellfort

Free Parking. Light Refreshments.

REGISTER

 

Meet the Panelists

Dr. Kirandeep Kaur is a board certified psychiatrist, who graduated from the UNT Health Science Center in 2006 and did her graduate training from the Baylor College of Medicine. She specializes in various different areas including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, OCD, panic disorder, insomnia, and postpartum depression. Dr. Kaur thoroughly enjoys helping patients achieve a better quality of life. In addition to running her private practice, she finds time to be involved in various community outreach projects.

Dr. Kirandeep Kaur is a board certified psychiatrist, who graduated from the UNT Health Science Center in 2006 and did her graduate training from the Baylor College of Medicine. She specializes in various different areas including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, OCD, panic disorder, insomnia, and postpartum depression. Dr. Kaur thoroughly enjoys helping patients achieve a better quality of life. In addition to running her private practice, she finds time to be involved in various community outreach projects.

Dr. Salimah Khan is a Clinical Psychologist at the Rice University Counseling Center with seventeen years of experience in the field. Currently, she is in the process of transitioning to a private clinic in the Montrose area and teaching at Saint Thomas University. Dr. Khan is certified as an Executive Leadership Coach, and has also held a number of positions including Director of Outreach, Director of Training, and Assistant Director at Rice University. Additionally, Dr. Khan has a specialty in Multi-Cultural counseling and enjoys working with individuals from all walks of life.  

Dr. Salimah Khan is a Clinical Psychologist at the Rice University Counseling Center with seventeen years of experience in the field. Currently, she is in the process of transitioning to a private clinic in the Montrose area and teaching at Saint Thomas University. Dr. Khan is certified as an Executive Leadership Coach, and has also held a number of positions including Director of Outreach, Director of Training, and Assistant Director at Rice University. Additionally, Dr. Khan has a specialty in Multi-Cultural counseling and enjoys working with individuals from all walks of life.  

Dr. Eugene Toy received his BS from Stanford University and his medical degree from the Baylor College of Medicine. He is currently the Assistant Dean for Educational Programs, and Professor and Vice Chair of Medical Education in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. Dr. Toy enjoys teaching residents and students, serving as a mentor & guide for the next generation of clinicians.

Dr. Eugene Toy received his BS from Stanford University and his medical degree from the Baylor College of Medicine. He is currently the Assistant Dean for Educational Programs, and Professor and Vice Chair of Medical Education in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. Dr. Toy enjoys teaching residents and students, serving as a mentor & guide for the next generation of clinicians.

 

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