Dr. Kathryn Rhindress is a clinical psychologist whose research in neurodevelopment has
informed her cognitive and emotional understanding of clients across the lifespan.
This developmental approach enhances her clinical assessments and the formation of strong therapeutic relationships with clients of all ages.
Dr. Rhindress has extensive experience treating behavioral disorders, depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, and trauma. During her training, she treated children, adolescents, and adults at multiple sites throughout New York City, including Kings County Hospital, Maimonides Medical Center, and the Zucker Hillside Hospital.
Her practice is informed by evidence-based approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, structural family therapy, and parent-child interaction therapy.
She provides a warm, accepting therapeutic environment where clients may gain necessary tools and insight to thrive and families may strengthen bonds and build positive memories.
Dr. Rhindress earned her undergraduate degree from New York University and her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from St. John’s University.
She most recently worked at Bellevue Hospital Center, where she supervised staff psychologists and directed a training program for psychology doctoral candidates, while also holding the position of Clinical Assistant Professor at the New York University School of Medicine.
NJ License 6213, NY License 021685