At Brighthouse, we strive to offer safe, valid, compassionate, and instructive practices that foster knowledge and an ability to thrive. We aspire to help individuals and families by creating a central place that is positive, honest, and caring. A multidisciplinary and multicultural setting assists in the generation of quality services that focus on education and generalization of skills to the home, school, and other environments.
Saira A. Khan, PsyD
Dr. Saira Khan is a licensed clinical psychologist and specializes in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents, as well as provides services to caregivers and families. Dr. Khan graduated with her doctoral degree from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and has worked and trained within a variety of settings, including school, home, outpatient, hospital, and residential treatment. She completed a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship at the Pediatric Developmental Center in Chicago, Illinois. During this time, she focused on providing diagnostic and therapy services to children with neurodevelopmental disorders, predominantly Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as learning challenges, intellectual disability, symptoms related to Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and social-emotional and behavioral difficulties. Dr. Khan is interested in early intervention services that assess and treat problems relating to developmental delays, social skills, and behavioral and sensory issues. Moreover, Dr. Khan incorporates relational and attachment principles, as well as offers parent/caregiver training and support as strategies to promote well-being for children, adolescents, and their families. At Brighthouse Diagnostics and Treatment Center, Dr. Khan primarily completes diagnostic evaluations.
April Hall, MA, LPC
April Hall is a licensed professional counselor. She completed her master’s degree at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a concentration in Latino Mental Health. She completed her practicum at the Pediatric Developmental Center in Chicago, Illinois where she was trained in using the Early Start Denver Model, a play-based intervention that fuses behavioral and developmental principles based on methods of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). April practices as a bilingual, bi-cultural therapist and specializes in providing quality care to children, adolescents, families, and individuals. She specializes in working with individuals between the ages of two through young adulthood with a concentration on children with neurodevelopmental disorders, learning challenges, intellectual disability, symptoms related to Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and social-emotional and behavioral difficulties. She has provided treatment involving coping strategies, compliance, puberty, and peer interaction. April is trained in ADOS-2 administration, structured teaching, cognitive behavior therapy, trauma and attachment, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Additionally, she uses a variety of evidenced-based treatment modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, parent behavior management, psycho-education and applied behavior analysis. April places importance in joint collaboration with families when providing treatment. At Brighthouse Diagnostics and Treatment Center, April's primary focus is on providing parent support, conducting social skills groups, and offering individual therapy.