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Gina's priority is to listen and to respect your needs. Therefore, treatment is tailored to each individual. She offers a warm, collaborative, and strength-based style to therapy. Her communication is direct and supportive and she believes in providing education about your symptoms, and strategies to address current and/or long standing issues. She is thorough and thoughtful and will provide a clear plan and set of goals.

 
 Gina is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 10 years of experience. Her speciality areas include:  Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Burnout, Self-Esteem, Work/Life Transitions, Trauma, Addiction, Grief and Loss, Adoption and/or Infertility . She earned a PhD in clinical psychology, and training in treatments that are backed by research, including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness Based Treatments. Additionally, she is trained in clinical and neuropsychological assessment.

Gina is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 10 years of experience. Her speciality areas include: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Burnout, Self-Esteem, Work/Life Transitions, Trauma, Addiction, Grief and Loss, Adoption and/or Infertility. She earned a PhD in clinical psychology, and training in treatments that are backed by research, including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness Based Treatments. Additionally, she is trained in clinical and neuropsychological assessment.

 Gina has contributed to research investigating computerized cognitive training programs for improving mental health symptoms. She has studied the effects of physical and cognitive activities on improving memory and reducing depressive symptoms in older adults. In addition she has studied the effects of cognitive training exercises on improving cognition and social functioning in individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness. She has coauthored articles in peer reviewed journals and has provided lectures on her research.

Gina has contributed to research investigating computerized cognitive training programs for improving mental health symptoms. She has studied the effects of physical and cognitive activities on improving memory and reducing depressive symptoms in older adults. In addition she has studied the effects of cognitive training exercises on improving cognition and social functioning in individuals diagnosed with severe mental illness. She has coauthored articles in peer reviewed journals and has provided lectures on her research.

 Gina continues to teach at the graduate level. Courses she has taught over the years include:  cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive functioning and remediation, crisis intervention, neuropsychological assessment, neurophysiology and psychopharmacology, psychopathology, case seminar, and diagnostic criteria for major mental health issues . Gina has served as a Director of Clinical Training in both hospital and university settings and continues to provide supervision for graduate level students in clinical psychology.

Gina continues to teach at the graduate level. Courses she has taught over the years include: cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive functioning and remediation, crisis intervention, neuropsychological assessment, neurophysiology and psychopharmacology, psychopathology, case seminar, and diagnostic criteria for major mental health issues. Gina has served as a Director of Clinical Training in both hospital and university settings and continues to provide supervision for graduate level students in clinical psychology.