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My Approach

In terms of theoretical orientation, Bridget specializes and practices through conceptualizing client cases through a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) framework. In addition, she has received training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), mindfulness based-treatment, harm reduction therapy, motivational interviewing, and psychodynamic therapy. 


Bridget's clinical work is guided by the scientist-practitioner model which integrates both clinical work and research with sensitivity to diversity. Her therapy model combines evidence-based components from several therapeutic orientations and she strives to use the therapeutic alliance as a change mechanism. 

Bridget brings a variety of techniques to assist one in the growth process and our practice focuses on a holistic approach to therapy, which emphasizes each part of the individual. Human beings bring many different aspects of their unique experience to treatment. Thus, our practice approaches therapy from a collaborative mindset, with clinician and client working together to achieve the client’s goals. She believes in the importance in staying up to date with the most efficacious treatment modalities.


Bridget has trained under leading experts in the field at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and Mid Hudson Forensic Psychiatric Center all located in New York. She has conducted research, published, and presented at conferences regionally and nationally on the topics of integrated healthcare, identity development, and social justice issues across diverse populations.

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