In her private practice, Dr. Khazan works with clients on a variety of psychophysiological and medical problems, such as headaches, high blood pressure, anxiety, IBS, TMJD, Raynaud's disease, depression, stress, insomnia, and chronic pain. She also works with those seeking to improve their performance in the workplace or in sports. Inna also trains and supervises pre- and post-doctoral students and other mental health professionals in biofeedback at Harvard Medical School, where she holds a faculty position in the Department of Psychiatry. She is the Author of Biofeedback and Mindfulness in Everyday Life: Practical Solutions for Improving Your Health and Performance, published by W. W. Norton in 2019 and The Clinical Handbook of Biofeedback: A Step-by-Step Guide for Training and Practice with Mindfulness, published by Wiley and Sons, Ltd, 2013.
There is so much shame associated with being different in terms of sexuality and gender. There are so many jokes or certain ways of phrasing things that propagate bias and intolerance at a subconscious level. The way we [collectively] talk about LGBTQ+ issues shapes our society.