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Jacqueline Britt-Friedman, PsyD

Assistant Professor

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Jacqueline Britt-Friedman, PsyD



Jackie Britt-Friedman, Psy.D. is a clinical child psychologist who has extensive experience both in schools and in clinical settings. She earned a B.A. from Middlebury College, having been a member of Psi Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology, and a Psy.D. from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology in the School-Clinical Child Program. Dr. Britt-Friedman has supported children with a vast array of challenges including executive functioning weaknesses, learning disabilities, anxiety, mood difficulties, social skill deficits, and other stressors. She focuses on helping children and adolescents further develop skills to successfully navigate challenges and on promoting resilience. Key components of her work are collaboration, psychoeducation, and consultation. As an instructor at The Windward Institute, she has worked to advocate for children with language-based learning disabilities and disseminate research-based information to help educators and caregivers address their needs.

Education & Training

  • PsyD
    Yeshiva University- Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, School-Clinical Child Psychology
  • BA
    Middlebury College, Psychology

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