Mohsin Khan, M.D., is a pediatric psychiatrist who specializes in caring for children who are in foster care. He is a member of the highly-trained team of specialists who are part of the Rees-Jones Center for Foster Care Excellence at Children’s Health.
Dr. Khan and his care team provide treatment and services to children and adolescents with complicated and serious medical, mental health and psychosocial problems. Many of the issues children in foster care face are rooted in childhood trauma. He is part of a team that provides support to children in group homes, or kinship families and provides a range of services that include diagnostic/medication assessments, developmental assessments, individual and family psychotherapy, and parent-child interaction therapy. He believe in providing compassionate care and helping children who may have experienced trauma related to abuse and emotionally challenging situations during their young lives.
Dr. Khan earned his medical degree at the Medical University of Lodz in Poland. He completed a residency in general psychiatry at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at UT Southwestern.
Dr. Khan speaks English and Urdu.
Education and Training
- Medical School
- Medical University of Lodz (2011)
- Southern Illinois University School of Medicine (2016), Psychiatry, General
- UT Southwestern Medical Center (2018), Child/Adolescent Psychiatry