Mojgan Khademi

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Mojgan Khademi |
Associate Professor

California School of Professional Psychology
PsyD in Clinical Psychology
mkhademi@alliant.edu
Professional Interests
Psychodynamic theory and treatment; psychotherapy intervention and treatment outcome studies; treatment outcomes; eating disorders; suicide; multicultural issues; psychotherapy; feminism.
Bio

Mojgan Khademi, PsyD, FABP is a licensed psychologist (CA License #PSY15300), Board-Certified psychoanalyst, and fellow of the American Board of Psychoanalysis (FABP). She was the recipient of the American Psychoanalytic Association's Edith Sabshin Teaching Award in 2015, given in recognition of her outstanding contributions as an educator.

She is the founder and clinical director of the Center for Applied Psychology & Services (CAPS) on the San Diego campus of Alliant International University. CAPS is a psychodynamically oriented clinic providing low-cost, long-term psychodynamic treatment to the San Diego community at large. She has a private practice in San Diego.

Education
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1988
PsyD, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Honors
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2015
Recipient of Edith Sabshin Teaching Award (2015) given by the American Psychoanalytic Association in recognition of outstanding contributions as an educator. New York, NY.
Publications
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2017

Blume-Marcovici, A. C., & Khademi, M. (2017). Supervising the crying therapist. In A. Blume-Marcovici (Ed.) When therapists cry: Reflections on therapists' tears in therapy. New York: Routledge Publishing.
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2016

Khademi, M. & Miller-Brunetto, H. (2016). An integrated psychodynamic approach to treatment of eating disorders. In G. de Campora & G. C. Zavattini (Eds.) Mindful eating: Integrated routes for research and treatment of eating disorders in developmental age. Rome, Italy: Nova Publishers
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2017

Khademi, M. & Javaheri, F. & Giovannelli, F. (2017). The petrified body: Psychodynamic treatment of a case of selective mutism and conversion hysteria. Revista de Psicanlise [Journal of Psychoanalysis]. Porto Alegre, Brazil. http://revista.sppa.org.br/
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2015

Blume-Marcovici, A. C., Stolberg, R. A., & Khademi, M. (2015). Examining Our Tears: Therapists' Accounts of Crying in Therapy. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 69(4), 399-421.
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2015

Blume-Marcovici, A. C., Stolberg, R. A., Khademi, M., & Giromini, L. (2015). When Therapists Cry: Implications for Supervision and Training. The Clinical Supervisor, 34(2), 164-183.
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2014

Chidley, B., Khademi, M., Ducett, M., & Meany, K. P. (2014). Bereavement during motherhood: A mixed method pilot study exploring bereavement while parenting. Bereavement Care, 33(1) 19-27. Http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02682621.2014.902614
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2013

Blume-Marcovici, A., Stolberg, R., & Khademi, M. (2013). Do therapists cry in therapy? The role of experience and other factors in therapists' tears. Psychotherapy. DOI: 10.1037/a0031384
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2013

Cate, R., Khademi, M., Judd, P. & Miller, H. (2013). Deficits in mentalization as a risk factor for the future development of eating disorders: A pilot study. Advances in Eating Disorders: Theory, Research and Practice. DOI:10.1080/21662630.2013.794497
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2016

Gnazzo, A., Guerriero, V., Khademi, M., Manoogian, J., Kalayjian, A., Zavattino, G. C. & de Campora, G. (2016). The intergenerational impact of trauma: Individual, family and community implications. In J. Williams (Ed.) Psychopathology: Symptoms, challenges and current concepts. Rome, Italy: Nova Publishers.
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