Eleanore Hall is a Clinical Extern at the Boston Child Study Center, where she provides supervised exposure coaching and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)/dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills coaching for children and adolescents.
Eleanore is currently a clinical psychology doctoral candidate at Rutgers University, where she earned her master’s degree in psychology. Throughout her training, she has specialized in evidence-based treatment for youth and families. Most recently, Eleanore has trained at the McLean Anxiety Mastery Program (MAMP), where she provides youth CBT treatment with an emphasis on exposure and response prevention (ERP). She has also trained at Northwell Health’s Zucker Hillside Hospital in New York City, where she participated in the outpatient DBT service, provided individual CBT to children and adolescents, and completed a rotation on the fully DBT-adherent inpatient adolescent unit. Eleanore also has experience providing evidence-based youth trauma treatment through the Rutgers Foster Care Counseling Project, where she received advanced training in Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT) and the Attachment, Regulation, & Competency (ARC) model. Next year, Eleanore will be completing her capstone internship in clinical psychology at Denver Health Medical Center.
In addition to her clinical work, Eleanore is completing her doctoral dissertation, which is focused on bringing brief clinical trainings to other healthcare providers in service of preventing family mental health difficulties. Specifically, she is looking at the feasibility and utility of training birth and postpartum doulas in basic clinical skills. Eleanore has a particular interest in behavioral health – the intersection of psychology and medicine – and has published her writings about behavioral health in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.