Counseling PsychologyEducational Studies
- Ph.D. — Counseling Psychology, Ball State University (2021)
- M.S. — Clinical/Counseling Psychology, Illinois State University (2017)
- B.A. — Psychology, Marquette University (2015)
- 2021 – Present
College of Education, Purdue University
- 2020 – 2021
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Doctoral Intern
University of Iowa Counseling Serivce
Dr. Atari-Khan is broadly interested in cross-cultural psychology with a focus on both assessing and bolstering the cultural relevance of psychological instruments before they are utilized with diverse communities. She is particularly interested in the mental health of Arab and Middle Eastern/North African (MENA) immigrant and refugee communities, and has focused on well-being/quality of life, resilience, and ethnic/racial identity development.
Dr. Atari-Khan is currently accepting new Ph.D. students for Fall 2022
- Atari-Khan, R., & Gerstein, L.H. (Under Review). Investigating the Cross-Cultural Validity of Well-being Measures with Arab Americans.
- Atari-Khan, R., Covington, H., Gerstein, L.H., al Herz, H., Varner, B., Brasfied, C., Shurigar, B., Hinnenkamp, S., Devia, M., Barrera, S., & Deogracias-Schleich, A. Concepts of resilience among trauma-exposed Syrian refugees. The Counseling Psychologist, 49(2), 233-268. Doi: 10.1177/0011000020970522
- Atari, R., & Han, S. (2018). Perceived discrimination, ethnic identity, and well-being among Arab Americans. The Counseling Psychologist, 46(7), 899-921. Doi: 10.1177/0011000018809889
- EDPS 6000 — Counseling Theories and Techniques