Talal Khan

MD

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Patient Ages

  • Adult

Talal Khan, MD, is an Adult Psychiatrist and Addictionologist, who moved from Connecticut to join the Pine Rest in July 2010.

Dr. Khan received his early medical training from Dow Medical College, University of Karachi, Pakistan in 2000. His passion for psychiatry brought him to the US for further training. He completed his psychiatry residency from Nassau University Medical Center, New York, where he received comprehensive psychiatry training, with experience in adult, child, geriatric, addiction, forensic, consultation and emergency psychiatry. He pursued additional training in electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and consult liaison as elective rotations at North Shore LIJ Hospital and attended training by Cornell University Medical Center NYC in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) for psychosis. During his residency he was elected Chief Resident and was a member of the Hospital Bioethics Committee.

He then received a fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry from Yale University School of Medicine, Connecticut. Here he had extensive experience with evidence-based and system-based practice of different aspects of addiction psychiatry including; outpatient substance abuse treatment, inpatient detoxification, methadone and buprenorphine clinics, dual diagnosis, smoking cessation, day treatment programs, and consult and liaison service. During his fellowship he also received motivational Interviewing training and acupuncture addiction protocol training.

Talal Khan participates in the Diversity Collective.

Specialties

Treatment

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
  • Panic Attacks/Panic Disorder
  • Pornography/Sex Addiction
  • Psychotic Disorders/Schizophrenia
  • PTSD/Trauma/Abuse
  • Substance Use/Substance- Related Disorders

Articles By Talal Khan

Understanding Addiction and Substance Use Disorders Can Aid Recovery

Understanding Addiction and Substance Use Disorders Can Aid Recovery

In 2020, an estimated 40.3 million Americans age 12+ had a substance use disorder. (SAMHSA, 2021) Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is a broad term that covers what used to be called substance abuse and substance dependence. It encompasses more...

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