Yael Levin, MS
Therapy provides an opportunity to explore our internal and external experiences, make sense of our upbringings and histories, and shift longstanding patterns in our lives. I consider it a privilege to work with individuals, families, and couples throughout this exciting, challenging, and ultimately transformative process. My approach focuses on the therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for change, and I seek to incorporate salient aspects of your multicultural identity into our therapy work together. Using a thoughtful, compassionate, practical, and collaborative style, I tailor each treatment to fit your individual strengths and goals.
I am currently in my fourth year of the clinical psychology doctoral program at Loyola University Maryland. Previously, I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings, including community mental health clinics, schools, and hospitals. I spent two years training as a clinician at the Loyola Clinical Centers, and I am currently providing individual and group therapy and conducting evaluations at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital. I have worked with individuals with a variety of presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship difficulties, and questions of identity, among others.
I am a registered psychology associate in Maryland under the supervision of Jon Gorman, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist.