KHADIJAH BROWN, MFT

MARRIAGE & FAMILY THERAPIST

Khadijah is a therapist who is committed to culturally sensitive, client-driven and accessible therapy for all couples, families, and individuals. Her focus is on meeting clients where they are and creating safe spaces for change using a strengths-based and trauma-informed lens. Trained by leading figures in the field through Drexel’s MFT program, she has gained a thorough knowledge of clinical application of classic and post-modern therapy approaches. Khadijah has a wide range of experience in the mental health field including servicing inner city minority youth and families in the home, school, and community settings. She also has experience working in the primary care setting at Drexel Medicine collaborating with healthcare providers to help clients cope with major health and life transitions. She approaches therapy with an integrative style, lending from CBT, Narrative, Contextual and Somatic therapy to help clients create and reshape their support systems to maintain narratives that continue to promote client growth and healing.  Her belief is that healing can be achieved by telling our stories, witnessing our resilience and strengths and identifying and freeing ourselves from what is no longer serving us.

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Listed below is a partial list of clinical specialties.

Relationships
Women’s Issues
Mood Disorders
Personality Disorders
Life Transitions
Depression
Anxiety
Stress
Anger
Building / healing self-esteem
Trauma, Childhood trauma
History of abuse
Sexual Abuse
Grief and loss
Health issues