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Cristina Nardini, B.A.

Cristina Nardini, B.A., is a third-year clinical psychology Ph.D. student at Fordham University. Following graduation from The College of New Jersey with a major in Psychology and a concentration in Biopsychology, Cristina worked with children and adolescents experiencing various internalizing and externalizing symptoms, as well as their parents, at Yale Child Study Center. Cristina since has focused on providing evidenced-based, culturally sensitive care in clinical settings throughout NYC for youth and parents experiencing a wide range of mental health difficulties, particularly various forms of anxiety, attentional and organizational issues, depression, and trauma-related symptoms. Cristina believes that every individual can thrive with the right support. As such, Cristina’s person-centered, collaborative therapeutic approach emphasizes assessment of one’s unique needs; cultivation of their strengths and improvement of hope and self-confidence; and a focus on improved functioning overall.

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