Dr. Anna Khaylis, Registered Psychologist, #1986
Dr. Khaylis is a registered psychologist who has been helping individuals, couples, and families heal for over 10 years. She provides assessment and treatment to individuals struggling with a wide range of challenges, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship difficulties, and substance abuse. Dr. Khaylis is particularly passionate about helping clients with histories of trauma, and has a long history of working with individuals with complex trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
Dr. Khaylis is skilled at working with clients of all ages, and brings warmth and authenticity to all the work she does. Her treatment approach is grounded in attachment and client-centered theory, and she integrates a variety of approaches into her work, including Play Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Dialectic Behavior Therapy. Dr. Khaylis prizes the development of an authentic and meaningful relationship with her clients as central to therapy.
In addition to her work with clients, Dr. Khaylis has also been part of the faculty at Adler University since 2014, where she has taught a number of intervention courses. She is currently supervising a number of research projects, ranging in topics from emotion regulation and binge eating to intergenerational transmission of Holocaust trauma.