Khan Bouba-Dalambaye, MA (He/Him)


Khan, a member of l’Ordre des Conseillers et Conseillères d’Orientation du Québec (OCCOQ), earned his Master’s Degree in Counselling Psychology from McGill University in 2010. With almost a decade of experience as a high school guidance counsellor and coach, a counselor at McGill University’s Wellness Hub, and a psychology instructor at the CEGEP level, Khan specializes in supporting teens and young adults. He has also worked extensively with Employee Assistance Programs, offering intake and crisis counseling, and has dedicated part of his practice to supporting Montreal’s Black and BIPOC communities. Khan’s clinical focus includes interpersonal relationships, bullying, self-esteem, motivation, general anxiety, and career and academic counseling. He emphasizes creating a safe and comfortable environment for his clients to establish a strong therapeutic relationship. Additionally, Khan is a mental health and DEI consultant, offering workshops, trainings, and consultations on providing appropriate care and support when working with the Black community.