Gurusewak S. Khalsa, PhD, is a counseling psychologist from the University of Northern Colorado. He has a background in international mental health services. He has over six years of experience providing community-based support for internally displaced and refugee groups in Afghanistan, South Sudan, and resettled refugee communities in the United States. He completed his doctoral internship and post-doctoral residency at a community mental health center in Missouri, USA, providing integrated mental health care, clinical assessment, pre-surgical evaluation, and individual and group outpatient therapy to clients ages six and up for support with medical issues, severe and persistent mental illness, histories of trauma, and other presenting concerns. His research interests focus on cross-cultural applications of mental health treatments and the influence of culture on psychological resilience.
- PhD Counseling Psychology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO
- MA Mental Health Counseling, Antioch University, Seattle, WA
- BA Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA