Florencia Pahl is a Doctor of Psychology focusing in adult mental health.

Dr. Pahl received her Licentiate in Psychology from Universidad de la Cuenca del Plata, Argentina. She then completed a Pre-Doctoral Fellowship at the Bilingual Treatment Program, at NYU/Bellevue Hospital in New York.

Florencia received a Doctor of Psychology degree (Psy D.) at La Salle University, in Philadelphia. She completed her clinical psychology internship at the Mount Sinai St. Luke’s and Roosevelt hospitals in New York and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Cooper University Hospital in New Jersey.

Dr. Pahl completed a post-graduate program through Harvard University addressing trauma and global mental health with emphasis in asylum seeking and refugee populations. She is also trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy (level A through the IPT institute) and Dialectical behavior Therapy (DBT, through Behavioral Tech).

Multicultural psychotherapy and culturally sensitive interventions permeate Florencia’s approach to psychotherapy. She is passionate about empowering individuals, working through experiences related to social justice, and the intersection of culture, gender and race.

Florencia’s areas of interest include health promotion and management of depression and anxiety. She has expertise assisting individuals cope and process grief/loss, life transitions and helping her patients understand and improve ways of connecting and communicating with others. Dr. Pahl focuses on working with patients to help them achieve their full potential and wellbeing.

As a subspecialty, Florencia is proficient in helping individuals manage psychological aspects underlying chronic health conditions as well as helping pregnant and post-partum women cope with emotional and psychological concerns.

**I also offer sessions in Spanish.


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