Dr. Kate Cingel Psy.D.
Dr. Cingel received her doctorate in clinical and school psychology from Pace University in 2018 and completed her predoctoral internship at Kings County Hospital in NYC. Here she received extensive training in psychosis, suicidaility, and trauma treatment as part of her primary rotations on the acute and extended young adults, child, and adolescent psychiatric inpatient units. She also received focused training in outpatient treatment of child, adolescent, and adult population with variety of diagnosis including anxiety, eating disorder, mood disorders, and personality disorders. Dr. Cingel acquired a training in treatment of children and adolescent with autism. Dr. Cingel is currently a postdoctoral fellow in clinical psychology at the Institute of Living/ Hartford Hospital.
Dr. Cingel’s clinical experiences include acute care, as well as longer-term inpatient psychiatric settings. These experiences have provided her with an opportunity to receive training and to utilize a range of evidence based therapeutic approaches that are tailored to a variety of patient populations, with respect to each patient’s diagnosis, culture, type of setting, and length of stay. They include CBT, CBTp, DBT, psychodynamic psychotherapy, play therapy, TF-CBT, group therapy and other modalities. Dr. Cingel’s clinical work is grounded in object relations and psychodinamicaly informed psychotherapy. Dr. Cingel has an extensive training in comprehensive psychology assessment batteries, including cognitive, psychoeducational, neuropsychological and performance-based measures for children and adolescents, the PAI and many other tests. Her research focus includes predictors for change in children psychotic symptoms in child inpatient population. Dr. Cingel is bilingual in English and Czech.