Mallory Sapoff, PsyD, is a clinical psychologist at Madison Park Psychological Services. Dr. Sapoff utilizes a creative, personable, and flexible approach to the therapeutic relationship with an understanding that all clients enter treatment with unique perceptions and experiences of the world. She has been trained in psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, relational, and humanistic therapeutic modalities. Her approach to psychotherapy is centered on the individual’s particular needs and goals throughout the treatment process. She is committed to providing a safe and accepting therapeutic environment, and the tools needed for desired change and progress. Dr. Sapoff has experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds and of all ages. She has additional familiarity and extensive experience with adults experiencing anxiety, depression, family conflict, major life transitions, and relationship issues.
Dr. Sapoff earned her master’s in Counseling Psychology from Pace University in 2009. She subsequently worked for the Mental Health Association of Westchester providing clinical services to diverse populations of adults and children in inpatient and outpatient settings. She then successively earned her master’s in School Psychology and doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Pace University. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Pace University, where she teaches more than 7 classes. Prior to joining Madison Park Psychological Services, she provided psychotherapy and complete neuropsychological assessment at the William Alanson White Institute, McShane Center for Psychological Services, and Four Winds Hospital.
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