Sinh, Vijayeta K. (vks2101) | Teachers College Columbia University

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Vijayeta Kumari Sinh
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Education & Psych.
Counseling & Clinical Psychology

Educational Background

B.A., Psychology. Sophia College, University of Mumbai, India
M.A., Clinical Psychology. Teachers College, Columbia University

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology. Teachers College, Columbia University

Doctoral Dissertation: “Patterns of Symptom Improvement in Adolescents using Interpersonal Psychotherapy Adolescent Skills Training (IPT-AST) in School Based Clinics. Sponsor: Helen Verdeli, Ph.D.

Scholarly Interests

Evidence-based interventions, adult psychopathology and personality, mood disorders and chronic mental illness.

Biographical Information

Dr. Sinh obtained her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology at Teachers College Columbia University, specializing in both adult and child psychopathology. During her doctoral training, she has worked at New York State Psychiatric Institute, North Central Bronx Hospital, and completed her internship at Manhattan Psychiatric Center.
Dr. Sinh is currrently a Post-doctorate fellow at the Centers for treatment of Bipolar Disorder and Obesessive Compulsive Disorder at North Shore LIJ Hospital in Queens, New York, where she uses Interpersonal and Social Rhythms Therapy (IPSRT) and ERP (Exposure and Response Prevention) models in her work with patients.