Dr. Estee Konig received her doctorate in school and clinical psychology at Pace University. She has worked at various inpatient and outpatient facilities, providing psychotherapy to both adolescents and adults presenting with a range of mental health concerns, including mood, anxiety, personality, eating and sexual disorders. She has collaborated on multidisciplinary teams and prioritizes including parents in treatment to provide her clients with whole-person care. Estee also has experience working with adolescents who have experienced physical or sexual abuse and addictions.
Dr. Konig’s research interests are in religious social support and posttraumatic stress among individuals with prenatal loss. Estee has training in Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and has provided long and short-term treatment for individuals who have experienced trauma. While she has received eclectic training, she prioritizes evidence-based care and can balance conceptualizations from multiple modalities when appropriate.