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Diana Hoffstein, B.A.

Diana is currently working as a pre-doctoral fellow at the Child and Family Institute. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The New School and a master’s degree in Educational Psychology from Kean University. Prior to her current position, Diana provided counseling services to children and adolescents facing challenges within a special education public school setting. As a doctoral fellow, Diana is currently employed as a training psychologist at the Child and Family Institute (CFI) and Kean Psychological Services (KPS). In this role, she focuses on supporting the needs of individuals in the age groups of children, adolescents, and young adults with affective/mood and anxiety-related disorders, trauma-related symptoms, and challenging behaviors and concerns in executive functioning. Diana’s approach to treatment is grounded in evidence-based practices, with a strong emphasis on Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance Based Therapy (ACT) techniques. Diana takes a client-centered and culturally sensitive approach in her practice, ensuring that she tailors her interventions to meet the specific needs of each individual.

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