Charlotte, MA



     Charlotte is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) and a predoctoral intern at CCCC for the 2021-22 academic year. She is a fifth-year doctoral candidate at an APA accredited University in Washington, D.C. area. Charlotte has also earned her master’s degree in clinical psychology, and has previously trained at Georgetown Hospital, community service boards and clinics, as well as a nursing home. She is currently enrolled in an APA accredited internship program at CCCC, completing her last doctoral requirements.


     Charlotte has experience providing individual, family, and group therapy to a diverse population of children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Additionally, Charlotte has experience conducting cognitive, diagnostic, and personality psychological assessments with adolescents and adults. Some of her many clinical interests include mood disorders (such as depression and anxiety), child-centered play therapy, diversity and identity issues, interpersonal challenges, low self-esteem, and trauma.


     Charlotte uses an empathic, collaborative, and individualized approach embedded within psychodynamic theory. She believes that building a strong and open relationship between the therapist and client is key to both the quality of services as well as treatment outcome. Charlotte is passionate about working with people, embracing their unique stories and working with them to promote growth, change, and healing. 


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