Rebecca Berry, PhD
Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Narrative of Services:
Dr. Berry coordinates the Intensive OCD and Anxiety Treatment program within the NYU Dept of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, offering extensive CBT with ERP and related skills or parent training in an intensive format. She is also the director of NYU’s Tics, Tourette Disorder, and Trichotillomania program, which was recently awarded the distinction as a Center of Excellence by the Tourette Association of America.
Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels: Yes
Rebecca Rialon Berry, PhD, is a licensed psychologist with expertise in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders, OCD spectrum disorders, tics, Tourette Disorder, body-focused repetitive behaviors, and eating disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. She provides comprehensive, evidence-based interventions to individuals and families, including cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) with exposure and response prevention (ERP), habit reversal training for tics and BFRBs, and dialectical behavior therapy. Dr. Berry received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Columbia University, and completed both her clinical psychology internship and Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
Our practice serves the needs of a broad community of individuals and families, offering low cost care with advanced psychology and psychiatry trainees at the Child Study Center and in partnership with Bellevue Hospital’s Outpatient Psychiatry Department.
Dr. Berry is committed to empowering all individuals to overcome anxiety, OCD and related conditions, so that they can lead healthy, satisfying, and productive lives. She is privileged to serve youth and adults from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Dr. Berry has worked in diverse settings, including school-based mental health clinics in East Harlem, NY, and East Palo Alto, CA, residential treatment centers, community psychology clinics, and Lucile Packard Chidlren’s Hospital at Stanford.