Khalid Al-Fallatah, PhD
Affiliate Faculty, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
, School of Applied Psychology
, Counseling and Family Therapy
Dr. Khalid Al-Fallatah is a Faculty at the School of Applied Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy. Dr. Al-Fallatah’s clinical experience includes group, individual, and family counseling in crisis stabilization centers and inpatient psychiatric services for the severe and persistently mentally ill, and community mental health services. Dr. Al-Fallatah also worked at South Miami Hospital (Addiction Treatment Center) in Miami, Florida, and provided patients with substance abuse counseling treatments and services. Dr. Al-Fallatah has previously taught as an instructor at Barry University’s dual program Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Family Therapy. Dr. Al-Fallatah is a chapter contributor/co-author of the book Intercultural Perspectives on Family Counseling.
Doctor of Philosophy, Counseling
Specialization in Marital, Couple, and Family Counseling
Barry University (CACREP Accredited), Miami Shores, FL
August 2014 – May 2020
Master of Science, Counseling
Dual Specialization in Mental Health and Couples and Family Therapy
Barry University (CACREP Accredited), Miami, FL
Bachelor of Science, Psychology
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR
- Oxford Family Institute Committee Member
- Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honors Society, Faculty Advisor
- Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars. Member and Past President
- Counseling and School psychology Association. Member and Past President
- American Counseling Association
- International Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
- Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society
I strive to support students' personal and professional development in a way that balances individual variation and harnesses the group experiences available in the classroom.
I believe that learning takes place within individuals and among groups through socially constructed means. Therefore, I aim to provide somewhat equal emphasis to group discussion within the class and the completion of tasks outside of class. My aim is to create safe learning environments where students can explore and develop their own clinical style that blends one's personality and personal experience with evidence-based practices and foundational theories.