Korey Abbriano is currently pursuing her PsyD in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University. She is originally from Long Island, New York and completed her bachelor's degree in Psychology and Sociology at Stony Brook University. She also completed her master's degree in General Psychology at Stony Brook University. Ms. Abbriano has completed practicum experiences in community mental health settings including the Faulk Center for Counseling and the Psychological Services for the Emotionally Distressed clinic. She is currently an elective practicum student at the Pediatric Psychology Associates, treating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. Ms. Abbriano served on the board of Mental Illness New Directions (MIND), a student led organization, for two years where she worked with the community to advocate for reducing stigma surrounding mental illness. She also volunteers on a weekly basis for the Crisis Text Line, which provides crisis services across the United States to individuals via text message. Ms. Abbriano's clinical interests include trauma, advocacy, and working with underserved populations.
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