Fahad Khan, PsyD, has a doctorate in clinical psychology and a master’s degree in biomedical sciences. He is also a Hafiz of the Quran (having committed the entire Quran to memory) and has studied Islam with various scholars in the Muslim world and the U.S. He is currently a student at Darul Qasim continuing his Arabic and Islamic studies under the supervision of Sh. Amin Kholwadia. He is a faculty member at Concordia University Chicago and College of DuPage. He conducts research related to Muslim mental health on topics such as help-seeking attitudes of Muslim Americans, effects of acculturation and religiosity on psychological distress, and other clinically relevant issues. The primary focus of his clinical training has been with children and adolescents suffering from serious mental illnesses. However, he has had a broad range of experience dealing with individuals from all age groups and cultural backgrounds.