Caren Baruch Feldman, PhD

Dr. Caren Baruch-Feldman is a clinical psychologist, certified school psychologist and author (The Grit Guide for Teens and The Resilience Workbook for Kids. Dr. Baruch-Feldman has authored numerous articles and led workshops on topics including cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, helping children and adults with stress and worry, helping people change, grit and self-control, and positive psychology. Dr. Baruch-Feldman was the past president of the School Division of the Westchester County Psychological Association. Dr. Baruch-Feldman was awarded School Psychologist of the Year by the New York Association of School Psychologists (NYASP) for Westchester /Rockland/Putnam Counties in Nov. 2017. Dr. Baruch-Feldman uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help children and adults with depression, anxiety, stress, ADHD and build resilience. She has also trained hundreds of teachers, parents, children and health care professionals, giving workshops and lectures throughout the country. Dr. Baruch-Feldman received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College of Columbia University and received her doctorate in Clinical-Child Psychology and School Psychology Certificate from St. John’s University. Dr. Baruch-Feldman trained at the Albert Ellis Institute and is a Fellow and Supervisor in Rational Emotive Behavior, a type of CBT therapy.