Stephanie Hundt, M.A., is an advanced doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus. Her work at Rose Hill Psychological Services, P.C., focuses on open-ended psychodynamic psychotherapy with adolescents, adults and couples; she also enjoys providing play therapy and integrative family work for children as young as two years. When appropriate for an individual’s emerging therapeutic needs, Stephanie is open to integrating concrete skills-building tools, and to working within a multidisciplinary team of school professionals, psychiatrists or other physicians to ensure that the holistic needs of each individual are addressed.
Stephanie’s academic pursuits stem directly from her clinical philosophy: to work toward a deeper understanding of the complex ways in which one’s intellectual, emotional and social drives develop, interact, conflict, and heal throughout the life span. Her current clinical research focuses on the lasting cognitive and social-emotional impacts of childhood trauma for emerging adult survivors. She has also presented at national and international conferences on the value of integrating psychoanalytically informed creative arts interventions to both individual and group psychotherapy. Finally, Stephanie is highly invested in social activism for higher education; she acts as a consultant for the New York State Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), serves as an alumnae mentor for undergraduates at her alma mater, and conducts research on current models of teaching and learning both inside and outside the classroom.
For more information on Stephanie’s clinical approach, visit https://about.me/stephaniehundt.