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Laura E. Price, PhD

  • Specialty: Psychology
  • Language: English

About Me

As the telemental health coordinator at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Center at NYU Langone, I provide free mental health services for veterans and military families. I offer these services in person and through secure online doctor visits using the NYU Langone Health app.

I help people with personal struggles that prevent them from realizing their full potential. I have experience working with patients who find it difficult to manage their emotions, communicate with loved ones, or move forward in life.

I am trained in evidence-based treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder, complex trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. These include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), prolonged exposure therapy (PE), and emotionally focused therapy (EFT) for couples. I also specialize in working with individuals and couples who identify as LGBTQ+ and with adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse. My goal is to help people explore avenues of change at their own pace in a safe environment.

In addition to my work with patients, I am a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at NYU Langone.


Credentials

Positions
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Education and Training
  • Fellowship, NYU Langone Health Dept. of Psychiatry, Clinical Psychology, 2016
  • PhD from New York University, 2015
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Research Summary
Primary Responsibilities: Project Assistant on NIH/NICHD-funded research project, conducted on the Outpatient Neuropsychology Service, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine. Research Summary: Five-year, NIH/NICHD-funded, randomized clinical trial (#2R01-HD032943; Leonard Diller, PI). Goal is to extend seminal problem-solving group treatment methods developed on the Outpatient Neuropsychology Service, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, to address the needs of outpatients with more compromised cognitive skills. Because such individuals need individualized training and one-on-one practice and repetition, the intervention will be delivered in an individual treatment modality. Long-term objectives are to (a) contribute to the cumulative body of evidence regarding the effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation and (b) disseminate an empirically validated treatment protocol with practical applications for enhancing the community integration of more impaired individuals with ABD due to a variety of etiologies.

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