Pardis Khosravi, PsyD
Clinical Director and Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Pardis Khosravi is a clinical director and licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in conducting comprehensive psychological evaluations and providing evidence-based psychotherapy to children, adolescents and transitional aged youth. Dr. Khosravi graduated with honors from the University of California, Berkeley, with a BA in psychology and then went on to earn her MS and PsyD in Clinical Psychology from PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium. During graduate school, she received extensive training in providing therapeutic and assessment services to youth with a wide variety of presenting concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD and autism. She furthered her training in psychological assessment by completing her postdoctoral fellowship at San Diego Center for Children, where she conducted comprehensive psychological evaluations with diagnostically complex children and adolescents residing in a residential treatment center.
Dr. Khosravi has received training in multiple evidence-based therapies and frequently integrates interventions and approaches from various modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), to best serve the unique needs of individual clients. She is also passionate about psychological assessment as a tool to best understand each child’s strengths and weaknesses to empower the child and their family to utilize their strengths to increase resiliency and optimize academic, social and emotional functioning. Dr. Khosravi believes that the most important piece of psychological assessment is individualized recommendations and concrete, actionable steps that clearly delineate a path forward for the client and family.
- PsyD, Clinical Psychology, PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium
- MS, Clinical Psychology, PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium
- BA, Psychology, University of California, Berkeley
- California Board of Psychology, Licensed Psychologist PSY 31264
- American Psychological Association