Dr. Amy McCue Negri received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University's Derner Institute for Advanced Psychological Studies, where she also had postdoctoral training and was a member of Adjunct faculty for several years. Amy has geared much of her experience towards working with children, adolescents, and their families. Amy also has a special interest in working with survivors of trauma. She approaches therapy from a psychodynamic/relational perspective, while integrating cognitive-behavioral and dialectical-behavioral techniques based on her clients' individual needs. Amy believes that a strong therapeutic relationship is key to fostering the change process, and works very hard to establish a sense of comfort and trust with her clients. Amy's prior experience includes training at Queens Children's Psychiatric Center, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Beth Israel Medical Center, MercyFirst Residential facility, and Adelphi University.