Ben Johnides, MA

Ben Johnides, MA (Brooklyn Office) is completing a two-year combined internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the Center for Anxiety. As a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Missouri, he received clinical training in evidence-based treatments including cognitive-behavioral therapy, and multi-systemic therapy, an intensive family-based treatment for adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system. His dissertation is examining the secondary benefits of family-based treatments for caregivers and siblings of children with mental health problems, and his other research interests include the developmental impact of early intervention, and long-term effects of evidence-based treatments for children.

  • 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