Afshana Haque, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Family Therapy,
College of Human Sciences and Humanities
Afshana Haque is a licensed marriage and family therapist supervisor (LMFT-S) with a specialization in Neurofeedback; she earned her doctorate degree from St. Mary's University- San Antonio. Dr. Haque received extensive training in cultural competency as a fellow in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Minority Fellowship Program. Clinically, she is experienced in several multidisciplinary settings including True Results- Bariatric Center for Weight Loss, Methodist Hospital, and the Center for Refugee Services in San Antonio. Currently, she sees families in her private practice where she conducts face-to-face and online therapy. She provides relief to clients who present with relational issues around marriage, sex, trauma, addiction, parenting, adolescence, anxiety, depression, spiritual crisis, decreased self-esteem, and multi-cultural relationships. She also provides pre-marital, divorce, and discernment therapy.
Dr. Haque teaches Cross Cultural Perspectives of the Family, Introduction to Family
Therapy, Substance Abuse Treatments, and Individual and Family Development Across
the Lifespan. Her program of research focuses on creating therapy models that are
palatable to clients from minority and collectivistic cultures, the socio-political
influence on the mental health and well-being of Muslim families, and validating relational
assessments for use with Muslim populations. Her service interests include advocating
for minority families, serving the underprivileged, and working with the refugee population