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Thomas Khullar, Ph.D. (c)
2791 Cote Ste. Catherine Road
Montreal, Quebec, H3T 1B5


I am in my final year of studies in Clinical Psychology at McGill University, and a student member of the Ordre des psychologues du Québec. My research examines the role of friendships in the well-being of young adults. I am especially interested in the way people communicate non-verbally when offering and receiving social support.

I completed my clinical training at various training sites within the MUHC (McGill University Health Centre), and at Psychologia, where I gained experience working with a variety of problems:


-Couple and communication issues

-Sexual problems

-Mood difficulties

-Anxiety and stress


-PTSD and trauma-related symptoms

-Distress related to medical illness

-Interpersonal difficulties

-Identity issues and life transitions


My approach to therapy is integrative, meaning that I draw from a variety of research-supported approaches including Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), Mindfulness and Compassion-Based therapies, Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), Emotionally Focused therapy (EFT), Mentalization-Based therapy (MBT) and Humanistic/Existential therapy. My work is also informed by current research in psychology, in the areas of social psychology and neuroscience.


Above all I strongly value genuineness, respect, and warmth in the therapeutic relationship. I believe in working creatively and collaboratively with each client to tailor meaningful interventions to match their specific narratives and challenges.


I work with both individuals and couples.

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