About Us

CORE is committed to the psychological wellness and growth of our clients, helping people clarify their goals and expand their way of thinking.  The goal is to help the client to feel empowered to handle previously overwhelming problems or difficulties by providing them the space to grow in a nurturing environment.  CORE offers the most effective, up-to-date, well researched, and professionally executed interventions, and assessments.  CORE is committed to helping individuals, couples and families address their varied psychological needs.  Through the use of evaluation, consultation, education, and therapy, CORE offers a dynamic and culturally sensitive approach in an affirmative environment.


OUR "CORE" VALUES

All of us are multifaceted, as we have different aspects to our personality.  At CORE, we celebrate all aspects of our diversity as well as our similarities.  Our practice is based on Self Leadership, Systemic, and Contextual Theories.  The foundation of these theories is based in the idea that people have an innate capacity, wisdom, and intuitive knowledge that may be blocked by fears, while also acknowledging the specific circumstances and elements in a person or family's life that have led to these outcomes.  By working to release these fears, we are tapping into the clients’ internal resources.  Therefore, a client can feel empowered and bring about deep inner changes rather than superficial symptom-focused change.


The CORE Team


Dr. Ammara Khalid, Psy.D (Downtown Chicago and Evanston)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4000 (Chicago)
Tel: (224) 714-2412 x 101 (Evanston) 

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Dr. Khalid is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of Illinois who specializes in individual, couples and family therapy with children, adolescents, and adults of diverse backgrounds.  She completed her Bachelor's Degree from New York University, and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois. In her clinical work, Dr. Khalid specializes in individual, couples, family and group therapy. She offers counseling, guest speaking, and consultation services. Dr. Khalid co-founded CORE in 2012 with Dr Rios.

Dr. Khalid's area of expertise is working with children and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, eating, relationships and divorce, alcohol/drug addictions, trauma, ADD/ADHD, issues related to sexuality and gender, and immigration and acculturation issues. She has extensive experience conducting psychological evaluations, as well as case conceptualization and treatment. Dr. Khalid practices cross-cultural psychology from a systemic orientation, and draws heavily from IFS (Internal Family Systems) in case conceptualization. Dr. Khalid has traveled extensively internationally and is well versed in both English and Urdu/Hindi. She enjoys working with clients from all walks of life and takes a collaborative approach in helping clients discover answers to their problems.


In addition to her work at CORE, Dr. Khalid has served as an Adjunct Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Adler School of Professional Psychology, and at Illinois School of Professional Psychology where she has taught a wide variety of subject matter including adult development and aging, therapy techniques with family systems, and topics related to diversity to both graduate and undergraduate students.


Dr. Khalid is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:

  • Illinois Psychological Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • Chicago Council on Global Affairs



Dr. Amanda M. Rios, Psy.D, LMFT (Downtown Chicago and Evanston)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4001 (Chicago)
Tel: (224) 714-2412 x 101 (Evanston)

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Dr. Rios is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the state of Illinois who specializes in individual, couples and family therapy with children, adolescents, and adults of diverse backgrounds.  She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Maryland, College Park.  She received her Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois where she concentrated her studies on a family systems approach to treatment.  She offers therapy, guest speaking, consultation, and clinical supervision services. Dr. Rios is trained as a Divorce Mediator and offers mediation services separate from her clinical work. Dr Rios co-founded CORE in 2012 with Dr. Khalid.

Her experiences in working with clients have included settings such as university counseling centers, elementary and high schools, community mental health agencies, and psychiatric hospitals.  Dr. Rios enjoys working with a broad spectrum of clients and enjoys learning and understanding the unique elements that all of her clients bring with them in therapy.  She has experiences and interests in working with clients with a range of presenting problems including those who have experienced depression, anxiety, trauma, school problems, and relationship difficulties.  Dr. Rios values her relationships with her clients and sees the therapy relationship as one of mutual respect and trust.

In addition to her work at CORE, Dr. Rios has served as an Adjunct Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and at Illinois School of Professional Psychology, where she has taught a wide variety of subject matter including therapy and assessment techniques, child and adolescent development, and topics related to diversity to both graduate and undergraduate students.

Dr. Rios is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:

  • American Psychological Association
  • Illinois Psychological Association
  • American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
  • Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
  • Association for Conflict Resolution



Dr. Latrice Peoples, Psy.D (Downtown)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4007 (Chicago)

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Peoples

  Dr. Peoples is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Illinois who specializes in working with children,   
  adolescents, young adults, and adults. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with minors in Social and     Urban Studies from Loyola University Chicago. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Adler    
  University. Dr. Peoples is passionate about her commitment to social justice and working with under served
  populations. Dr. Peoples was drawn to become a mental health professional after recognizing a lack of mental
  health services available to individuals who experienced severe trauma which negatively impacted their lives. She
  has  received extensive training and experience in community mental health, schools, primary care, and forensics
  settings that has allotted her the opportunity to recognize the larger systemic issues that impact mental health and
  prompted her continued advocacy.


Dr. Peoples emphasizes a collaborative and strengths based approach to facilitate a therapeutic alliance that provides a supportive environment for clients to process their experiences, identify their values, foster self-compassion, and a sense of empowerment. She is passionate about assisting individuals with improving their lives in a manner that is meaningful for them. She has experience in working with depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, personality disorders, LGBTQIA+ related issues, identity related issues, couples and marital issues, racial identity, in addition to issues related to adjustment, career planning, familial concerns, and academic issues. Dr. Peoples has received training in family systems and relational work in addition to evidence-based treatments such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She also specializes in providing psychological evaluations to children, adolescents, and adults which include cognitive functioning, learning disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, trauma, mood, behavioral disorders, and personality disorders. Additionally, Dr. Peoples provides supervision and consultation.

Dr. Peoples was awarded the 2019 Outstanding Clinical Supervisor Award from the Association of Chicagoland Externship and Practicum Training (ACEPT).

Dr. Peoples is an active member of the following Professional Organizations: 

  • Illinois Psychology Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • Association of Black Psychologists
  • Association for Contextual Behavioral Sciences



Dr. Imman Musa, Psy.D (Evanston)

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Tel: (224) 714-2412 x 102

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Musa

Dr. Musa is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the state of Illinois who provides psychological assessment and treatment to individuals, couples, and families. Dr. Musa earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Saint Louis University, where her studies and research focused on the mental health impact of discrimination and stigma on American Muslims and other marginalized communities. Dr. Musa published a chapter on her work in the book Islamophobia and Psychiatry: Recognition, Prevention, and Treatment.

Dr. Musa has experience working with clients with a broad range of presenting issues, including relationship distress, anxiety and depression, OCD, PTSD, mood disorders, addictions, ADHD, acculturation stress, and grief/loss. Dr. Musa has previously worked with clients in a number of settings, including partial hospitalization programs, primary care medical centers, college counseling centers, and community mental health clinics. When working with clients, Dr. Musa utilizes a multicultural framework that considers her clients’ unique social identities, values, and belief systems. Dr. Musa builds collaborative relationships with her clients and works to empower clients with the skills and awareness they need to reach their goals, heal from past traumas, and live meaningful lives rooted in their values.

In addition to her work at CORE, Dr. Musa is a co-founder and national board member of the Muslim Women’s Professional Network (MWPN), a non-profit organization dedicated to the mentorship and professional development of Muslim women. She is also an adjunct faculty member at the College of Lake County where she teaches psychology courses to undergraduate students.

 Dr. Musa is an active member of the following Professional Organizations: 

  • Illinois Psychology Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • American Arab, Middle eastern, and North African Psychological Association



Ajit Samudra, M.S, LMFT (Evanston)

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Tel: (224) 714-2412 x 105 (Evanston)

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Ajit

Ajit Samudra is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in IL with over 20 years of experience helping children, teens, young adults, and families. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology at Case Western Reserve University and completed his Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana State University. Ajit also completed postgraduate studies at The Family Institute at Northwestern University.

Ajit has extensive experience working with children, youth, and families in community mental health and school settings. He has helped clients with a broad range of presenting problems, including school problems, ADHD, executive function, and emotion regulation difficulties. He has worked with clients exhibiting anxiety, depression, stress and anger management problems, adjustment to life transitions, self-esteem, and work/life balance in young adults.

Ajit is a strong believer in collaborating with clients and families and using a systemic, multicultural lens to help clients cope with stressors and create positive change. He works with individuals, families and couples and enjoys working with clients from a variety of cultural backgrounds. He has a particular interest in working with South Asian clients on issues of acculturation and other family/cultural issues that exacerbate presenting problems.


Hollis Rabin, M.A, LMFT, LPC (Evanston)

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Tel: (224) 714-2412 x 103

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

HR

Hollis Rabin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Illinois and works with children, teens, and adults doing individual, couple and family therapy. . She completed her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy at Adler University in Chicago. Hollis is a certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator and a PREPARE/ENRICH certified premarital counselor. Hollis also completed the Gottman level 1 training in couples therapy and has extensive training and experience in mindfulness.

Hollis has a passion for helping families with adolescent children work through issues related to divorce, trauma, adoption, emotion regulation, school troubles, and trans-youth identity development. She also has experience with anxiety and depression, Bipolar, ADHD, and Autism spectrum disorders. As a couples therapist, she is sex positive and LGBTQIA+ affirming, and has experience working with non-monogamous couples. Even when working with individuals, she continues to use a systemic perspective since we naturally carry relationship vulnerabilities from our family of origin with us into other relationships and interactions. Particular areas of interest include women’s empowerment, privilege, issues related to culture, social justice and race, and spirituality.

Hollis is a compassionate and curious clinician, and considers it a privilege to work with anyone who is open to creating change in their lives. She approaches therapy as a collaborative process based on trust and respect. When the work becomes difficult she is not one to shy away from pain or conflict, but leans in to those difficult and often uncomfortable emotions as they arise in session. Hollis strives to be a continual ally and steady companion on her client’s path toward healing.


Brandon Liu, M.S, LMFT (Downtown Chicago)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4004

Preferred Pronouns: He/Him/His

brandon

Brandon Liu is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the State of Illinois who works with individuals, couples, and families from a holistic framework. Brandon received his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology with completion of pre-medical studies from Wheaton College in Illinois and his Master’s of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in Medical Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University in Washington.

Brandon incorporates a systemic lens in therapy that accounts for biological, psychological, social, and spiritual components or personhood. His focus in therapy includes cultural sensitivity and a contextual perspective. Brandon has experience working with clients and their families whose lives have been touched by acute or chronic physical illness, parent-child relationship issues, grief and loss, life transitions, work-life balance issues, acculturation issues, ethnic/racial identity issues, couple communication issues, and premarital couples. His clinical and research interest areas include Asian-American mental health, couples and families of people with neuro-degenerative diseases, and the intersection between ethnicity/race and sexuality. Brandon is also a certified PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator and is available for premarital counseling.

Brandon works to help clients expand their self-awareness and resilience. He believes that a strong therapeutic relationship is the major impetus for change, that change is a dynamic and ongoing process, and that a collaborative client-therapist relationship is most useful for reaching client goals.

Brandon is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:

  • American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Illinois Affiliation of Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Collaborative Family Healthcare Association


Pooja Shah, M.A, ALMFT (Downtown Chicago and Evanston) 

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Tel: (312) 470-4302  x 4002 (Chicago)

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

pooja

Pooja Shah is an Associate Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the State of Illinois who provides treatment for individuals, couples, and families. She completed her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University in Los Angeles. 

Pooja has experience working in community mental health and has worked with individuals with diverse backgrounds who struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, intergenerational trauma, relationship problems, grief/loss, chronic illness, addiction, and domestic violence. She believes it is important to identify issues that are shaped by childhood experiences in order to embrace one’s story. Pooja is passionate about advocating for the South Asian community by normalizing mental health challenges and helping individuals develop self-differentiation while breaking deep rooted emotions of guilt and shame. Additionally, she has an interest working with individuals who have experienced trauma from narcissistic relationships/family systems by providing psychoeducation on ways to cope, grieve, and heal from these toxic relationships. Pooja is fluent in English and Gujarati. She is also experienced in facilitating groups such as DBT, interpersonal relationship skills, and mindfulness.  

Pooja believes in developing a safe and non-judgmental environment in order to have a strong therapeutic relationship that promotes trust, growth, and a supportive experience. Pooja utilizes a multicultural framework and a client-centered approach in order to highlight client’s values, personal identity, and strengths.

Pooja is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:

  • American Psychological Association 


Jewel Spencer, M.A, ALMFT (Downtown Chicago) 

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Tel: (312) 470-4302  x 4005 (Chicago) 

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

pooja

Jewel Spencer is a Chicago native, and an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Illinois. She received her Bachelor's degree from Roosevelt University and completed her Master's degree in the Couple and Family Therapy program at Adler University Chicago. Upcoming this Fall, Jewel will begin her journey to PhD at Adler University as well.

Jewel transitioned to marriage and family therapy from a career in the hospitality and travel industry. Her clinical interests include communication issues with couples and families, infidelity, substance use, and adults in transition. Jewel is passionate about working with women of color, Black women in particular. Jewel's practice is sex positive, LGTBQ+ and Kink -affirming.  

 

Jewel is a firm believer in that, by building oneself, you contribute to the building of strong relationships and strong families. Her passions are to help her clients grow their self-esteem, become better listeners and communicators, and stronger teams.

Jewel is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:

  • American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Sherin Joseph, M.A, ALMFT (Evanston) 

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Tel: (224) 714-2412  x 106 (Evanston)

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

SJ

Sherin Joseph is an Associate Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in the State of Illinois who provides treatment for individuals, couples, and families.  After obtaining a medical degree in 2009, she chose to deviate from clinical medicine to specialize in relational and individual psychotherapy.

Originally from Georgia, Sherin’s southern warmth, natural compassion and empathy for her clients allow each of them to feel at ease when talking about their stories, their struggles, and their goals. Sherin believes it is a privilege to be present with someone through their fears, challenges, and hurts, and then to help them experience change and restoration. For this reason, she sees counseling as an opportunity to help people reduce pain and suffering, cope with the challenges of life, and experience increased joy, purpose, and self-acceptance.  Sherin has extensive training in working with couples as well as families, and she enjoys helping parents work through the joys and challenges that come with parenthood.Sherin works with clients from all populations including LGBTQ, BIPOC, trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions, stress, family conflict, and parenting.

Sherin has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families of diverse backgrounds, especially of the South Asian community. She is fluent in both English and Malayalam. Sherin understands personally how culture can play a role in the hesitancy of seeking mental health services, and aims to provide a safe space for healing transformation.

Sherin is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:

  • American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
  • American Psychological Association


Kui Millar, ALMFT  (Evanston) 

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Tel: (224) 714-2412 x 104

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

kui

Kui Millar is an Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Illinois who provides treatment for individuals, couples and families. She completed her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Wheaton College, Illinois.

Kui, who is originally from Kenya, is fluent in English, Swahili and Kikuyu (her tribal language). She has experience working in community mental health, a refugee transitional home and various religious organizations.  Kui has worked with clients from diverse backgrounds with a broad range of presenting issues, including relationship distress, Divorce, Anxiety, Mood disorders, ADHD, Grief and Loss, acculturation issues, body image and self esteem issues. She utilizes Systemic approaches in helping clients uncover distress, identify unhealthy relationship patterns, unlearn harmful behaviors and bring restoration by accessing resources within an individual and outside of them. She also explores multicultural frameworks out of respect for ethnic diversity in the greater society. 

Kui leads with compassion, authenticity and grace. She believes in creating a safe and affirming environment for her clients in order to foster a collaborative relationship that will lead to client’s healing, positive change and empowerment. 


Pedro Segura-Moore, B.A. (Downtown Chicago)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4009 

Preferred Pronouns: He/They/Them

Pedro

Pedro Segura-Moore is a second-year graduate student in the Marriage & Family Therapy Master’s program at Northcentral University. His internship at CORE will mark his final year of training before graduating with his MA degree. Pedro received his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the New College of California.

Pedro transitioned into marriage and family therapy from corporate settings, working in Human Resources with employees with their work issues. His passion is working with the LGBTQ+ community and providing a safe space to explore in therapy. His clinical interests include; work/life balance issues, parent-child relationship issues, ethnic/racial identity issues related to LGBTQ+ issues, and trans-youth identity development. He also has interests in working with LGBTQ+ adoption and family planning. As a couple’s therapist, he is sex-positive and LGBTQ+ affirming and works with non-monogamous couples. Particular areas of interest include supporting transgender people of color, cultural and race issues, and social justice.

Pedro believes in developing a safe and non-judgmental environment to have a strong therapeutic relationship that promotes trust, growth, and a supportive experience.

Pedro is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:


  • American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
  • AAMFT Queer and Trans Advocacy Network


Leslie Alter, M.A (Evanston)

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Tel: (224) 714-2412 x 104

Preferred Pronouns: She/They/Them

Leslie

Leslie Alter is a fourth-year graduate student at The Wright Institute in Berkeley, California working towards her doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD). Her externship at CORE marks her final year of training before beginning her pre-doctoral internship in 2022. Leslie obtained her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from The Wright Institute in 2020. She earned her B.A. in Psychology and Spanish at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Leslie has clinical experience working with individuals, families, and adolescents in community mental health and school settings. She operates from a psychodynamic and relational approach with the integration of multicultural and systems perspectives. Her clinical interests include identity development, mood disorders, trauma, grief/loss, attachment/relationship difficulties, and sexuality. 


Leslie believes the therapeutic relationship is of the utmost importance and works with her clients to create a collaborative, non-judgmental environment. Her approach to treatment is warm, authentic, and spacious. Leslie values the unique qualities and identities her clients bring into the therapy room.

Leslie is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:

  • American Psychological Association
  • Illinois Psychological Association


Theodore Moore, M.A (Downtown Chicago)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4009

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Theo

Theodore Moore is a fourth year graduate student in the Clinical Psy.D. program at Adler University. His externship at CORE marks is final year of training before beginning his pre-doctoral internship. Theo received his Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical/Community Psychology from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. In 2020, he earned his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Adler UniversityTheo has clinical experience working with forensic, community mental health, and university counseling settings. His clinical interests include working with underrepresented populations, acculturative stress, relationship distress, and traumatic stress. Theo enjoys working with individuals and families from diverse backgrounds. He works from an integrative approach and values culturally sensitive, person-centered, and strengths.

Theo operates in a collaborative approach. He works with all ages, disabilities, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, genders, and religions/spiritualities. Theo aims to provide a safe and therapeutic space for all clients.

Theo is an active member of the following Professional Organizations:
  • American Psychological Association
  • Association of Black Psychologists


Lydia Kudret, M.A (Downtown Chicago)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4009

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Lydia

Lydia Kudret is a third year graduate student in the Clinical Psy.D. program at Roosevelt University. Lydia received her Bachelor’s Degree in Neuropsychology, Spanish, and Social Work from the University of Michigan in 2019. In 2021, she earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University. In addition to her work at CORE, Lydia is an Adjunct Faculty at Roosevelt University where she teaches psychology courses to undergraduate students and an online Crisis Textline counselor.

Lydia has clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in community mental health and private practice settings. She operates from a psychodynamic and person-centered approach with a foundation in multicultural perspectives. Lydia believes in a dynamic, collaborative therapeutic approach, and values creating a trusting, warm, and empathetic therapeutic relationship. She is open and accepting of all ages, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, genders, and religions/spiritualities.

  

Lydia's clinical interests include working with mood and depressive disorders, trauma, attachment/relationship difficulties, and identity development. She enjoys integrating holistic healing techniques of the mind, body, and soul in her therapeutic practice. Lydia also values conceptualizing an individual within a system of their environmental, familial, interpersonal, societal, and cultural influences.


Khila Anderson, M.A (Downtown Chicago and Evanston)

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Tel: (312) 470-4302 x 4009

Preferred Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Khila

Khila Anderson is a fourth-year Clinical Psychology graduate student at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Her externship at CORE marks her final year of training before her pre-doctoral internship in 2022. Khila earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychological Sciences from Xavier University of Louisiana in 2018. In 2020, Khila obtained a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Khila has experience working with adolescents, individuals, families, and couples in both private practice and university counseling settings. She has worked with a wide range of clinical diagnoses and issues including mood disorders, grief, trauma, substance-related disorders, academic performance difficulties, daily stressors, and relationship difficulties. She is passionate about working with underserved groups and hopes to be a part of the change destigmatizing mental illness in the Black community. Khila enjoys working with clients from different walks of life including different religions, socioeconomic backgrounds, and racial/ethnic backgrounds. She operates from a systems approach with an integration of multicultural perspectives. 

Khila's goal is to provide a space that allows clients to be their most authentic selves as they strive to create better lives. She views the therapeutic space as a collaborative process helping clients to recognize their own strengths and abilities. She is committed to her clients’ overall well-being and self-development.



Luis Rodriguez, BA - CORE Admin

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luis

Luis is CORE’s Administrative Assistant. Luis completed his Bachelor’s Degree in film production, web design, and graphic design from the Art Institute of New York. Luis grew up in New York City and Puerto Rico and is fluent in English and Spanish.He gained many transferable skills in organization, customer service, and office management from his experience working in the retail and the film industries.  

Luis brings to CORE a growth mindset and enthusiasm for problem-solving.  His goal is to support CORE’s mission by keeping administrative processes running smoothly and efficiently.












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