Brie Gershoni is a second-year doctoral student at Antioch University New England. After beginning college early at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, she earned her bachelors of science in psychology with a concentration in applied clinical science from Quinnipiac University.
Prior to beginning her doctoral training, she engaged with individuals across the lifespan utilizing various therapeutic approaches. She has worked at the Yale Child Study Center School, a neurofeedback clinic, and within an educational setting for young children with autism and other neurodevelopmental presentations.
Her main clinical area of interest is neuropsychological assessment of children and adolescents. She is also interested in infant mental health, attachment-based therapeutic interventions, and utilizing strengths-based approaches.