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Nathilee Caldeira, Ph.D. 2017-06-12T10:05:24+00:00

Nathilee Caldeira, Ph.D., Founder and Director of Clinical Services

Dr. Caldeira earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University and completed her doctoral internship at Columbia University Medical Center. She is a Licensed Psychologist in New York State.

Dr. Caldeira has been providing consultation, training, individual and couples therapy services for more than fifteen years. She has expertise in using relatively short-term treatments to treat anxiety, depression, trauma, posttraumatic stress and addictions. She developed Let’s Talk Psychological Wellness, P.C. to encourage healthy practices that focus on increasing confidence and finding and maintaining successful intimate relationships.

Dr. Caldeira has served as a clinical psychologist and research scientist at New York area hospitals, including Columbia University Medical Center, New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University, New York University School of Medicine, Beth Israel Medical Center, St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital Center and Martin Army Hospital (United States Army).
She has volunteered at a Rape Crisis Hotline and treated survivors of Intimate Partner Violence at the Women’s Health Project, The Trauma and Addictions Program at City College of New York and at the Posttraumatic Stress Research Program at New York University Medical Center. She has worked as a Psychologist at the World Trade Center Health Program, Bellevue Hospital treating survivors of 9/11, served as a Staff Psycholgist for the United States Army treating soldiers returning from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan and assessed veterans of the Vietnam War for posttraumatic symptoms. She has also served as a staff psychologist at the Columbia University Medical Center Student Mental Health Center.

She has co-authored several articles in peer reviewed journals in the areas of trauma and addictions and is the recipient of supplemental grants from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism.