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short description:
These assets would include all the necessary information one needs to know about this topic, such as it's theory, critique, concepts and application.
 
long description:
The Asset will include simple exercises that will help students apply concepts
learned to their lives.
 
level of difficulty:
all welcome
 
minimum class size:
1
 
availability:
7-10 hours per week
 
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Parenting, child development, child psychology,

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These assets would include all the necessary information one needs to know about this topic, such as it's theory, critique, concepts and application.


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total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: the course will be set up in modules and each module may
take about 1-1.5 hours depending on what is covered.
 










languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 250US$  (2500lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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United States


Heena Khan



description of :
I have an MA in Clinical Psychology. I have been working
with children, youth and families for the past 5 years in
various settings. I have experience in providing group,
individual, family therapy. I also have extensive
experience in psychometrics. Currently I undergoing a
training to enhance my online learning skills so I can
begin my contract as an adjunct faculty. My course
content will include helpful material, resources and links.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
Heena S. Khan, M.A.
Address: 2504 Durango Lane, #206
Naperville, IL-60564
Phone: 832-279-2155
E-mail: heenakhan24@gmail.com


EDUCATION:

2006-2009
MA-Clinical Psychology
Roosevelt University
Chicago, IL

2005-2006
B.A.-Psychology
Minor-Human Development and Family Studies
University of Houston
Houston, Texas

2003-2004
Post-Baccalaureate Student
Child Development
Houston Community College
Houston, Texas

2000-2003
B.A.- Psychology & English Literature
St. Francis College for Women
Hyderabad, India
Undergraduate Thesis: Handwriting Talks-A study on
the correlation between Graphology and Personality

Licensure:

Eligible for LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor (will
have license by June 2011-it is currently being
processed.)
Eligible for CADC


Achievements/Awards:
Vice-President, Psi Chi-Roosevelt University Chapter
(09/2006-09/2008)
Dean’s List, Summer 2006-University of Houston
Dean’s List, Spring 2006-University of Houston
Dean’s List, 2003-2004-Houston Community College
2nd Place winner, National Black History Essay Contest
2004

Publications/ Presentations:

Khan, H., Posyky, J. (2008). Cognitive Tempo and
Comorbid Conditions in Tourette’s Syndrome.( Presented
at the national APA Convention-Boston, MA)

Poysky, J., Khan, H., Krull, K., Jankovic, J. (2006).
Executive dysfunction and comorbid conditions in
Tourette syndrome. (Submitted to the 10th International
Congress-Movement Disorders Society-Kyoto, Japan.)

Khan, F. & Khan, H. (2005). Defining stress related
disorders and demonstration of a revolutionary
unambiguous cure. 13th Annual International Ain Shams
Medical Student's Congress.

WORK EXPERIENCE:


07/25/09-10/26/10
Psychological Associate
Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine
Responsibilities:

• Administering and scoring Neuropsychological
assessments/batteries
• Simons Simplex Autism Research
• Administering Autism diagnostic measures (ADOS)
• Report writing

Supervisor: Lynnette Harris, PhD.

09/2008-05/2009
Youth and Family Counselor Intern
OMNI Youth Services-Buffalo Grove, IL
A therapy and counseling center for troubled youth
and families.
Responsibilities

• Individual counseling/therapy
• Group counseling/therapy
• Family counseling/therapy
• Case Management

Supervisor: Gwen Lopez, LCPC, CADC

02/2007-03/2009
Protocol Coordinator
Rush University Medical Center
Department of Ophthalmology

Responsibilities

• IRB Submissions/Amendments
• Completion of CFR binders
• Coordinate clinical trials
• Patient-follow up/patient
recruitment/screening/consenting
• Clinical Assessments (visual assessments)
• Data entry and management

Supervisor: Bruce Gaynes, OD, PharmD

04/2005-08/2006
Research Assistant
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas
Department of Pediatrics, Neuropsychology

Responsibilities

• Administering neuropsychological
assessments/batteries
• Scoring and analyzing data
• Brief Report Writing
• Patient Recruitment and follow-up
• Data collection, entry and management
• Literature review/searches

Research Projects

Children’s Friendship Study (Brain Tumor)- A study
conducted to understand the degree of
social/peer/friendship problems experienced by children
with previous brain tumors.
Children’s Friendship Study (Neurofibromatosis)-A study
conducted to understand the degree of
social/peer/friendship problems experienced by children
with NF.

Supervisor: Bartlett Moore, PhD


06/2006-08/2006
Research Assistant
University of Houston
Health Psychology Research Group (HPRG),Houston,
Texas
Responsibilities

• Data collection, entry and management.
• Literature review/searches
• Creating online surveys

Research Project

Quality of life in breast cancer survivors and cancer free
age-matched controls.

Supervisor: Mary J. Naus, PhD.

01/2005-08/2005
Research Assistant
Texas Children’s Hospital (Learning Support Center) &
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

Responsibilities
• Patient Recruitment
• Patient and Family follow-up
• Data Collection, entry and management
Research Project

Executive functioning in children with Tourette’s
Syndrome and co-morbidities.


Supervisors: James Poysky, PhD & Joseph
Jankovic, M.D.



OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

11/2004-02/2006
Sales Associate
Express Store – The Galleria – Houston, TX
Responsibilities- Ensure quality customer service,
Quality marketing of products, team selling, and cashier.

10/2004-12/2006
Instructor
“Manners Do Matter”, Houston, TX
Responsibilities- Conduct workshops for adults and
children on Manners, Etiquettes, Communication and
Fashion Fit

09/2003-03/2005
Site Director (Counselor)/Volleyball Coach
Ken Lay YMCA, Katy, TX
Responsibilities- Ensuring the safety and well-being of
all children, Safe play and First Aid/CPR, Communicating
the child’s performance to parents, Records and
maintenance of payments and registrations, Babysitting
Certification training (currently certified), Assist in the
coordination of teen events and programs,
Day/Summer/Winter Camp Counselor, Exampling
leadership, Ensuring team work and healthy team
relations, Building team spirit, strength and self-esteem,
Conducting coaching sessions


09/2005-09/2006
Instructor, Babysitter’s Training
American Red Cross of Houston, Texas
Responsibilities- Conduct 8 hour trainings for teenagers,
which includes handling emergencies, first aid, caring for
infants, etc. Certifying teenagers as safe-sitters.


09/2003-01/2005
Children’s Hands-on Program Coordinator
George Ranch Historical Park, Rosenberg, TX
Responsibilities- Carry out hand-on events with school
groups, Interpreter and guide for historical homes and
sites

09/2003-03/2005
Substitute Teacher-Elementary, Middle and High School
Lamar Independent School District, Richmond, TX
Responsibilities- Teaching and supervising, Ensuring
that the class curriculum for the day is covered

SUMMARY OF SKILLS:

Computer skills
Microsoft Windows, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, SPSS,
Psych-literature review databases,

Research Experience
Chart and literature review
Patient recruitment and follow-up
Data Entry and Management
Neuropsychological Testing and Scoring
Lab

Social Skills
Public speaking, group instruction, team coach
Excellent communication and customer service skills
Experience working with adult, child and youth groups.

Languages Spoken
English
Urdu
Hindi

MEMBERSHIPS/ CERTIFICATIONS:

Psi Chi – Vice President (2007-2009)
Roosevelt University Chapter
Illinois Psychological Association
Associate Member
Association for Play Therapy (APT)
Associate Member
Texas Association for Play Therapy (TAPT)
Associate Member
American Psychological Association (APA)
Associate Member
University of Houston
PSI CHI, 2006

EXTRACIRRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

Calligraphy, Graphology, Reading, Orating, Freelance
writing, Sports: Tennis, Badminton, Swimming,
Volleyball, Horseback riding,


 
's preferred teaching style:
I believe every student has a unique style of learning,
therefore it is important to incorporate various
multimedia activities in the course to allow all students
to learn and apply the material.
 



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