Inna Leiter, Psy.D.
Specializing in Anxiety, OCD, and Behavior Problems (including PCIT)
Dr. Inna Leiter has been trained on the cutting-edge, gold standard treatments within the field of clinical psychology throughout her graduate studies at Harvard University and the PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium. Her scientific research at the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University have led her to author a peer-reviewed scholarly journal article and present at multiple national conventions. She has provided cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of clinical settings, including academic medical centers and outpatient mental health centers. With certifications in Trauma-Focused CBT and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), as well as expertise in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety and Exposure/Response Prevention for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Dr. Leiter employs evidence-based treatments for anxiety, mood, behavior, and relational difficulties.
Commencement Speech by Dr. Leiter
Filmed at Stanford University, 2016
Lauren Hallinan, LPC
Specializing in Behavior Problems (including PCIT), ADHD, and Autism
Lauren Hallinan is a National Board Certified Counselor and Licensed Behavioral Specialist with a sub-specialty in evidence-based treatments for children and adolescents experiencing difficulties related to behavior problems, Autism, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She is a nationally certified Parent-Child Interaction Therapist (PCIT) with particular expertise in treating children ages 2-7 with severe acting out behaviors (e.g. intense tantrums, defiance, aggression). Moreover, she has extensive experience with treating Autism (across all levels of severity) and ADHD with a focus on empowering caregivers with the most effective, empirically-supported tools to help their children thrive. Lauren is skilled at utilizing humor, warmth, and her extensive base of knowledge to engage kids in meaningful treatment programs that improve not just the child's functioning, but that of the entire family.