Dr. Tali Wigod is a postdoctoral fellow at CBC, where she works full-time with children,
adolescents, adults, and families. She has extensive training in the implementation of
evidenced based treatments for anxiety, depression, emotion dysregulation, self-injury,
suicidality, behavioral difficulties, and trauma. Tali has training in Cognitive Behavior
Therapy (CBT) and completed an intensive training program in Dialectical Behavior
Therapy (DBT). She has also been trained in providing psychoeducational and diagnostic
assessments for children, adolescents, and adults, with a variety of learning, emotional,
and developmental concerns.

Tali earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Economics from Barnard College at
Columbia University. She received her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical
Psychology from LIU-Post. For her doctoral dissertation, she compared parent
acceptability and preference of two models of treatment targeting early child behavioral

Tali completed her pre-doctoral internship at Trinitas Regional Medical Center, where
she received training in DBT and Prolonged Exposure. Tali participated in both adult and
adolescent DBT programs. Tali also worked on the child and adolescent inpatient unit,
where she received training in the treatment of serious mental illness. Tali also
participated in an assessment rotation, where she provided psychoeducational testing to
adults, adolescents and children.

Dr. Wigod has extensive experience working with parents of young children and treating
children and adolescents with a wide range of presenting problems. Prior to internship,
Tali received training at NYU Child Study Center, where she provided individual and
group psychotherapy for children with Selective Mutism, disruptive behavior disorders,
and other mood and anxiety related disorders and conducted psychoeducational
assessments. She received training in Game Based-CBT and Organizational Skills
Training from the respective treatment developers. She also completed an externship at
the Children’s Hospital at New York Presbyterian/Columbia University, where she led
parent-training groups, conducted diagnostic assessments, and received training in DBT.

Tali’s research interests focus on increasing access to mental health services,
dissemination and implementation of EBTs, and reducing the treatment gap. Tali has
presented her research at national psychology conferences. She is also an active member
of multiple professional organizations, most notably the American Psychological
Association (APA), the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT), and the International Society for the
Improvement and Teaching of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (ISITDBT).