Anouk Allart, PhD

Anouk Allart, PhD (Brooklyn Office) is a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Anxiety. She received her doctoral degree (PhD) in clinical psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and recently completed a yearlong clinical internship at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital in Hartford, CT, where she received specialized training in Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (CBT & DBT). Anouk specializes in treating children, adolescents, and adults struggling with anxiety disorders, mood disorders, ADHD, and related difficulties. Through her clinical work, she strives to deliver evidence-based treatment strategies to meet individual needs and goals. Her clinical and research interests have also focused on ways to foster social support in order to promote mental health outcomes.

  • David H. Rosmarin, PhD, ABPP
  • Marcia Kimeldorf, PhD
  • Perella Perlstein, PsyD
  • Laura Vraney, PsyD
  • Becca Brodoff, PsyD
  • Yoni Sobin, PsyD
  • Anouk Allart, PhD
  • Thanos Nioplias, MA
  • Rebecca Holczer, PsyD
  • Tonya Swartzendruber, MA
  • Aliza Shapiro, LMSW
  • Sara Berlin, LMSW
  • Nechama Keller-Sabel
  • Aliza Tropper, LMHC
  • Dovid Spinka, LMSW
  • Hudi Kowalsky, LMHC
  • Ben Johnides, MA
  • David Braid, MBA
  • Steven Pirutinsky, PhD
  • Moshe Appel, MA
  • Liz Bocanegra, BA
  • Jacob Arett, BA
  • Gen Falabella