BA, State University of New York at Purchase, 1987
MA, Clark University, 1994
PhD, Clark University 2002
Dr. Mamberg is a Clinical Psychologist. Her post-doctoral clinical experiences included counseling New Yorkers following the World Trade Center attack in 2001 and working at Pace University's Counseling Center in Westchester, N.Y. Dr. Mamberg's clinical work focuses on anxiety, depression and trauma sequelae in young adults; and her therapeutic style incorporates relational-dynamic and interpersonal approaches with cognitive-behavioral techniques. She has continued her professional development by becoming trained in the teaching of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction at the Center for Mindfulness, at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Mamberg's theoretical interests primarily focus on socio-cultural and discursive aspects of self development, as well as the impact of trauma and loss on identity and developmental processes. She has mentored students on various quantitative and qualitative research projects, two of which were presented at the 5th International Conference on the Dialogical Self. Dr. Mamberg teaches a variety of undergraduate courses, including Clinical Psychology, Psychology of Personality, Abnormal Psychology, and Orientation to the Major. At the graduate level, she teaches Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice, I; an advanced seminar on Trauma & Loss and she supervises students during their field placements.