Dr. Lori Rockmore
Dr. Lori Rockmore is a licensed psychologist who received her doctoral degree from Pace University in the area of School-Clinical Child Psychology. During her last two years of graduate school, Dr. Rockmore worked under the supervision of internationally known experts in the field of Tourette Syndrome (TS) and conducted her dissertation on the phenomena of rage reactions in children and adolescents with TS. Dr. Rockmore went on to complete her clinical internship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and continued on at Mount Sinai for a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in child and adolescent trauma. As a part of her training, Dr. Rockmore took a special interest in working with children and adolescents suffering with chronic medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes, life threatening allergies and transplant recipients. After completing her fellowship, Dr. Rockmore acted as the training director for Mount Sinai’s Children After Trauma Care and Health Program and was the supervising psychologist at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Manhattan (now known as the New York Center for Children). Dr. Rockmore was instrumental in the development of the Tourette Syndrome Program at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University, served as the Clinical Director of the Program for eight years and continues to remain as a consultant to the program. Dr. Rockmore specializes in evidence based cognitive-behavioral treatment and how to modify what has been proven efficacious to best meet the needs of the individuals she is working with.
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Dr. Rob Happich
Dr. Rob Happich is a licensed psychologist specializing in the integration of psychodynamic therapy with evidence based cognitive-behavioral therapy to treat children, adolescents and adults in individual and family settings. Dr. Happich earned his undergraduate degree from Northeastern University, where he graduated summa cum laude from the Honors Program. During this time, Dr. Happich conducted clinical trial research on children and adolescents with ADHD in the Department of Pediatric Psychopharmacology at Massachusetts General Hospital. Additionally, Dr. Happich trained at the McLean-Franciscan Child and Adolescent Inpatient Unit working with children and adolescents in crisis. Dr. Happich earned his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) at Rutgers University. While training at Rutgers, Dr. Happich provided individual and family therapy through both the Psychological Clinic and the Tourette Syndrome Program, and conducted his dissertation on the psychosocial impact of Tourette Syndrome (TS) in adolescence. Dr. Happich completed his pre-doctoral internship training at Friends Hospital in Philadelphia, where he provided individual and group therapy on both the Adolescent and Adult Inpatient Psychiatric Units. Dr. Happich has been in private practice since 2012 refining his specialized areas of treatment including depression, anxiety disorders, disruptive behavior disorders, parent management training, interpersonal difficulties, life transitions, ADHD and Tourette Syndrome.
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Dr. Daniela Colognori
Dr. Daniela Colognori is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in children, adolescents, and families with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety, mood, tic, and body focused repetitive behavior disorders. Dr. Colognori received her B.A. in psychology from Boston College, where she graduated summa cum laude from the University honors program. She earned her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University in 2010 and completed her pre-doctoral internship at Geisinger Medical Center in Pennsylvania, providing evidence-based treatment for children and adolescents in the outpatient department as well as consultation/liaison services for youth being treated for medical conditions at Janet Weis Children’s Hospital. Dr. Colognori went on to further specialize in CBT for youth with anxiety disorders during her post-doctoral fellowship at the NYU Child Study Center, working in NJ schools to train counselors in an evidence-based program for adolescents with social anxiety disorder. Dr. Colognori held an Assistant Professor position in the Combined School & Clinical Psychology doctoral program at Kean University in Union, NJ from 2012-2015, teaching graduate courses in Developmental Psychology, Child Psychopathology, and Evidence-based Psychological Treatment for Children and Adolescents. Dr. Colognori went on to serve as the Clinical Director of the Tourette Syndrome Clinic at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers University from 2015-2018. Dr. Colognori’s research interests and publications focus on improving access to evidence-based interventions for youth with anxiety and mood disorders through partnerships with schools. She recently co-authored a book on this topic, Helping Students Overcome Social Anxiety: Skills for Academic and Social Success (SASS), published by Guilford Press.
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