Faith Doughty is a psychology intern at CBC where she conducts individual, family, and group therapies with children, adolescents, and adults. She recently completed her psychology externship at CBC. She is currently a fifth-year doctoral student in the School Psychology Program at St. John’s University. She also earned her bachelor’s and master’s degree from St. John’s University. Faith has extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, including its application to children, adolescents, and adults in outpatient and school settings. Faith has also received specialized clinical training in BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) and motivational interviewing for individuals struggling with alcohol and marijuana abuse.  Faith has received intensive training in DBT for individuals suffering from emotional dysregulation, BPD, suicidal and self-injurious behaviors. At CBC, she provides individual DBT and leads DBT skills trainings groups. Faith is also a member of our trauma team at CBC and provides treatment to individuals struggling from PTSD and other trauma-related difficulties.

Faith has received extensive training in cross-battery assessment and Specific Learning Disability (SLD) identification. At the St. John’s University Center for Psychological Services, Faith worked as an evaluator and conducted individualized assessments for child, adolescent, and adult clients. Faith has also completed a year of internship in school psychology at Oceanside Union Free School District in Long Island, NY. In addition to conducting comprehensive evaluations, Faith also delivered evidence-based interventions, utilizing CBT techniques with individuals and groups within the school setting. She has presented findings at Committee on Special Education (CSE) meetings and has made specific, tailored, and individualized recommendations for students who learn differently. Faith is currently a part of our neuropsychological testing team at CBC and conducts evaluations for both children and adults and also provides training and consultation in CBT and DBT to schools in the tristate area.

Faith is a member of the American Psychology Association (APA) and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Her research interests include romantic partner anger, gender and sexual minority issues, and fear of missing out (FOMO).