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Dr. Chang



Princeton University
Undergraduate A.B. Degree, with an English major and certificates in Women & Gender Studies and African-American Studies

Columbia University
Post-Baccalaureate Program in Psychology

The University of Georgia
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology

UCLA Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital & Semel Institute
Predoctoral Clinical Psychology Internship

Professional HIGHLIGHTS

Independent Practice (PSY 22092)
2008 - Present

UCLA Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital,
Eating Disorders Program

2010 - 2012

The University of Georgia Regents’ Center for Learning Disorders
2002 - 2007

New York University Child Study Center
2001 – 2002



Clinical Expertise

My goal is to provide a comfortable space, free of judgment, where we explore your challenges and identify your goals. As we move towards change, I offer insight and guidance based on a decade of experience and training gained at two prestigious research‐oriented psychology programs--UCLA and The University of Georgia.

I use evidence‐based treatments whenever possible: cognitive-behavioral therapy, exposure/response prevention, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, and interpersonal therapy, among others. These strategies can help with anxiety, depression, and relationship problems as well as compulsive behaviors or ruminations. In addition, positive psychology tools, such as cultivating gratitude and resilience, help clients find joy in their daily activities and relationships.

Although I work independently, I enjoy close relationships with colleagues, membership in local and national organizations, and continuing education experiences. I serve as a clinical supervisor for Ph.D. candidates in clinical psychology at the University of Southern California.