Dr. Kathryn Roeder
Dr. Roeder is a post-doctoral fellow in psychology at the Boston Child Study Center, where she provides supervised evidence-based dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) to adolescents and young adults with mood disorders.
Dr. Roeder graduated with honors from the University of Michigan, where she received a Bachelor of Science in psychology. Following graduation, she worked as a research assistant at the University of Michigan Depression Center and the Ann Arbor VA Medical Center, where she worked on projects to reduce suicide risk among veterans and develop adjunctive treatments for individuals with chronic depression. She completed her graduate studies at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, where she earned a Doctorate of Psychology, with a specialization in children and adolescents and a minor concentration in quantitative methods. Throughout graduate school, Dr. Roeder received clinical training at: the Diagnostic Center at Currey Ingram Academy; the Center of Excellence for Children in State Custody; the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic at Vanderbilt University; Psyche PLLC, the first outpatient practice in Tennessee with Linehan-certified DBT clinicians; and the Renfrew Center of Tennessee.
Dr. Roeder completed her predoctoral internship at the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University in Chicago, IL. During internship, Dr. Roeder provided individual and group DBT services to adolescents and adults in intensive outpatient (IOP) and partial hospitalization (PHP) programs at Insight Behavioral Health. Dr. Roeder also conducted evidence-based, individual psychotherapy with adults with severe mental illness at the Northwestern University community mental health clinic.