While earning a Masters degree in Psychological Services (University of Pennsylvania), I interned in a partial hospitalization school program, delivering individual and group work with the students, and collaborating with teachers about classroom-level intervention(Supervisor: David Bennett, Ph.D.) After working for several years, I returned to school (Temple University Clinical Psychology program) for my doctoral training. During my 5 years there, I provided clinical services in the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Disorders Clinic (Supervisor: Philip Kendall, Ph.D.) with anxious youth and their families. My final year of doctoral training was spent in an internship at Temple Children's Hospital (Supervisor: Christopher Combs, Ph.D.), where I rotated among several services including outpatient psychology, transplant services, weight management, and the Burn Unit. During my postdoctoral training with The Center for Family Intervention Science at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (Supervisor: Guy Diamond, Ph.D.) I focused on the treatment of depressed and suicidal adolescents and their families. After my postdoctoral training, I transitioned to the Aaron T. Beck psychopathology Research Center of th University of Pennsylvania, where my clinical work has focused on Dyadic Cognitive Therapy, a manualized intervention I've developed for adolescents with depression/suicidality and their parents.