Sofia Khan,


          “Life is a balance of holding on and letting go” – Rumi 

As a first-generation South Asian woman who grew up in New York City, I understand that life can feel overwhelming and leave us feeling lost and unsure of where to begin. You might feel like you’re not living authentically, and that’s where I come in. Together, we’ll create a space where you can be curious about where you are and where you want to be.

Your experiences are unique, and it’s important to me that you feel heard and valued in our work together. Utilizing an integrative treatment approach to therapy, I’ll meet you where you’re at and provide support to help you navigate life transitions and difficult interpersonal relationships and explore your values and identity. 

I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Women and Gender Studies from CUNY Queens College, and a Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from CUNY Baruch. Over the years, I’ve worked in various mental health settings, from teaching mindfulness and wellness strategies to students and teachers in schools, to providing individual therapy to teens and adults in private practice.

I’m passionate about helping people take charge of their lives, and I’m committed to working with you to find the best way forward.


  • Anxiety 
  • Adjustment/Life Transition
  • Depression
  • Emerging Adults
  • Interpersonal Relationships 
  • Self Esteem/Self Awareness 


Services Offered 

  • Individual Therapy
  • Coaching
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Psychodynamic