Deborah Glasofer, PhD, is a former writer for Verywell Mind covering generalized anxiety. Within Columbia's Department of Psychiatry, she provides instruction and supervision in cognitive behavioral therapy for adults with anxiety, mood, and eating disorders. Dr. Glasofer also has a private practice in Manhattan, specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy. She blogs for The Huffington Post, The Feed, and Psychology Today and can be followed on Twitter at @drglasofer.
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Dr. Glasofer received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Duke University in 2001 and her Doctorate of Philosophy in psychology from American University in 2008. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Bellevue Hospital Center/New York University Hospital in New York, NY.
Dr. Glasofer is a licensed psychologist in the state of New York. She is a member of the Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies and the American Psychological Association. She is also a member of the Academy for Eating Disorders and recipient of a 2008 Academy for Eating Disorders/National Institute of Mental Health Early Career Investigator Travel Fellowship.
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