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New Jersey Permit Holder TP#213-008

Specialization and Expertise:

  • ​Psychotherapy across developmental lifespan: children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and older adults

  • Individual and group therapy

  • Psychological testing and assessment

  • Trauma (including Complex Trauma); Depression; Anxiety; OCD; Social Anxiety; Eating Disorders

  • Interpersonal, educational, and adjustment challenges

  • Integrative approach including psychoanalytic/relational psychodynamic approaches, CBT, DBT, and Emotion Regulation Therapy.


Dr. Graber is a Post-Doctoral Fellow working under the supervision of Dr. Jeffrey Khan, Founding Director of SPS. Dr. Graber earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Columbia University where she underwent rigorous training in psychological assessment and psychotherapy. Dr. Graber has had experience working in various settings, including community health centers, residential treatment centers, hospitals, and outpatient therapy practices, treating mild to severe forms of psychopathology.  Her work is grounded in her advanced trainings in psychodynamic therapy as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Emotion Regulation Therapy (ERT). During her doctoral studies, Dr. Graber conducted her dissertation research on a comparative study of various therapy orientations, which has enhanced her insight regarding aptly tailoring psychotherapeutic interventions to clients’ unique needs and strengths.


  • Teachers College, Columbia University     Ph.D.

  • Teachers College, Columbia University     M.Phil.

  • Teachers College, Columbia University     M.A.

  • Barnard College, Columbia University       B.A.

  • Professional Association Memberships: Society for Psychotherapy Research


(908) 273-5558 Ext. 122

"I believe that good therapy is not about making a person feel “fixed” but about helping them to feel seen. To me, success in therapy is when a connection is made that helps the client see and support themselves with more compassion and confidence."

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