Dr. Mariya Dvoskina received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver in 2016. Mariya has clinical experience and training in forensic, police and correctional psychology, violence risk assessment, psychological assessment, trauma, and crisis intervention. Mariya has worked with clients presenting with a variety of presenting problems (including substance abuse, psychotic disorders, PTSD and other trauma related disorders, and personality disorders). Mariya currently works at Nicoletti-Flater Associates.
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