Dr. Caroline Cozza Fleck PHD
Psychologist | Clinical3310 E Lake Sammamish Pkwy Se # 1 Sammamish WA, 98075
The goal of my practice is simple to support you in living a life that is consistent with your values and that is both fulfilling and meaningful to you. Mine is an evidence-based practice, meaning that ...
Education and Training
Duke University Durham, NC PhD 2010
University of Michigan / Ann Arbor Psychology and English 2004
- Cognitive Behavior Therapy (cbt)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (dbt)
- Gottman Therapy
- Mindfulness-based Interventions
- Acceptance And Commitment Therapy (act)
- Exposure And Response Prevention For Ocd
- Prolonged Exposure Therapy
- Behavioral Parent Training
- Evidence-based Treatment Center of Seattle Clinical Psychology
Experience & Accolades
- Adjunct Clinical Faculty2012 - 2015University of WashingtonClinical supervisor for DBT trainees at Marsha Linehan's research and training clinic
- Adjunct Clinical Faculty2013Stanford UniversityProvide intensive training in DBT to residents, post-docs, and trainees
- Learning Consultant2013 - 2015Veterans Affairs, Palo AltoProvide remote consultation to trainees as part of a grant funded initiative by the National Center for PTSD
- Licensed Clinical Psychologist2014 - 2016Dr. Caroline FleckClinical psychologist with expertise in evidence-based treatments for adults, adolescents, and couples
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may affect different aspects of life, including personality, work, and relationships. Getting the right treatment is crucial in managing ADHD. Many studies have been conducted to investigate the efficacy of different treatment options for ADHD. Two...
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IntroductionExtrinsic motivation is defined as a reward-driven behavior and is considered as a type of operant conditioning, which is a form of behavior modification that would make use of rewards and punishments. When we talk about extrinsic motivation, it involves the use of rewards or other...
- How Poetry Enables Children with Autism to Educate Others
It can be very difficult for children with autism to be understood by their classmates and peers, but recently some have been turning to poetry.Jadon's PoemCandace Thompson recently submitted a poem by her son Jadon, who is 11 years old and on the autism spectrum. When asked what inspired him to...
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