Disclaimer: The information contained on this website is intended to provide information about the services offered by Dr. Engel, and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice or care.

About Me

After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Villanova University in

Pennsylvania, I earned a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology and a

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University, C.W. Post

Campus.

I completed an internship at Queen’s Children’s Psychiatric Center - Sagamore

in New York where I worked in inpatient, school, and outpatient settings. At

North Shore-Long Island Jewish Medical Center’s Division of Trauma Psychiatry,

I provided evidence-based interventions to crime victims, as well as to military

and law enforcement individuals and their families, who were experiencing a

variety of anxiety, substance use and sleep difficulties. A member of the Red

Cross: Disaster Mental Health Institute, I also helped develop the C.W. Post

Trauma Response Team, a community disaster response training program, and

provided services for 9/11 families, first responders and other survivors of

community traumas. Prior to opening my current private practice, I served as

Chair of the Child & Adolescent Team of a local non-profit.

In my practice, I combine cognitive-behavioral, family systems and

psychodynamic training with the recognition that a warm relationship between

therapist and client is paramount. In session, I may be informal, encouraging,

and/or challenging, and I always welcome your feedback as we work toward

your goals. I believe that each therapeutic journey is unique, and I am

privileged to walk alongside you as you seek growth, change and recovery.

Disclaimer: The information contained on this website is intended to provide information about the services offered by Dr. Engel, and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice or care.

About Me

After receiving a Bachelor’s

Degree in Psychology from

Villanova University in

Pennsylvania, I earned a

Master’s Degree in Applied

Psychology and a Doctorate in

Clinical Psychology from Long

Island University, C.W. Post

Campus.

I completed an internship at

Queen’s Children’s Psychiatric

Center - Sagamore in New York

where I worked in inpatient, school, and outpatient

settings. At North Shore-Long Island Jewish Medical

Center’s Division of Trauma Psychiatry, I provided

evidence-based interventions to crime victims, as well as

to military and law enforcement individuals and their

families, who were experiencing a variety of anxiety,

substance use and sleep difficulties. A member of the

Red Cross: Disaster Mental Health Institute, I also helped

develop the C.W. Post Trauma Response Team, a

community disaster response training program, and

provided services for 9/11 families, first responders and

other survivors of community traumas. Prior to opening

my current private practice, I served as Chair of the Child

& Adolescent Team of a local non-profit.

In my practice, I combine cognitive-behavioral, family

systems and psychodynamic training with the

recognition that a warm relationship between therapist

and client is paramount. In session, I may be informal,

encouraging, and/or challenging, and I always welcome

your feedback as we work toward your goals. I believe

that each therapeutic journey is unique, and I am

privileged to walk alongside you as you seek growth,

change and recovery.