Yeshiva University & Albert Einstein College of Medicine (2012)
Doctorate, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Emphasis: Clinical Health Psychology, Minor: Clinical Neuropsychology
Yeshiva University & Albert Einstein College of Medicine (2009)
Master's, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology
Bryn Mawr College (2001)
Bachelor's, Psychology, Neural and Behavioral Sciences
Camille Sinclair, Ph.D.
email@example.com | 303.834.1026 ext. 11
Dr. Sinclair is a licensed clinical psychologist with advanced training in health psychology and neuropsychological assessment. In therapy, Dr. Sinclair works with adolescents and adults struggling with symptoms of anxiety, panic, depression, and trauma.
As a health psychologist, she works closely with clients processing and working through losses associated with acute and chronic illness. Similarly, she conducts testing for these clients, assessing a broad range of issues including learning differences (e.g., educational testing); neurological disorders (i.e., multiple sclerosis, dementias); as well as issues attributed to acquired (i.e., tumor) and traumatic brain injuries.
Dr. Sinclair’s clinical training was primarily conducted at large hospitals, clinics and forensic institutions across the New York metro area. Thus, she has worked with a diverse clientele, and is well-versed with brief and longer-term evidenced based therapies, family therapy as well as group therapy. Though her orientation is rooted primarily in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dr. Sinclair tailors her treatment to the client and incorporates other modalities to guide care.
As per formal training, Dr. Sinclair received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology Emphasis from Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She completed a predoctoral internship at the James J. Peters Veteran Affairs Medical Center, New York, where she offered individual and group therapy as well as neuropsychological testing to veterans with common post-deployment, trauma and cognitive disorders. Dr. Sinclair was then awarded an advanced and coveted post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Medicine Research and Neuropsychology at the New Jersey Veteran Affairs Medical Center, in the renowned War Related Illness and Injury Study Center (WRIISC)—one of only three WRIISC Centers in the United States that offers advanced training for clinicians and researchers.
Dr. Sinclair provides clinical and assessment services at Birch Psychology. She is available for speaking engagements and consultation and may be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org and 303.834.1026 ext. 11.