Dr. Leah Schorr is a postdoctoral fellow at The CBT/DBT Center, where she specializes in providing both individual and group therapy. She earned her doctoral degree from the Georgian Court University School Psychology Doctoral Program, with her dissertation research focused on the correlation between childhood obesity and subsequent cognitive and academic outcomes.
Leah has worked extensively with children and adolescents facing various challenges, including developmental delays, specific learning disabilities, hearing and visual impairments, intellectual disabilities, anxiety disorders, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), genetic disorders, and other medical conditions. She excels in conducting comprehensive neuropsychological assessments that address cognitive and academic abilities, as well as emotional and behavioral concerns. Leah's therapeutic skills encompass a range of techniques, with an emphasis on CBT and DB). She has adeptly led both group and individual sessions.
Leah is committed to creating a warm, nonjudgmental, and solution-focused therapeutic environment where clients collaboratively establish objectives, enhance their skills, and achieve their goals. She takes the time to personally connect with each client, tailoring the therapy approach to their unique needs. With a deep passion for helping people and a commitment to delivering the highest level of clinical excellence, Leah welcomes the opportunity to work together with you on your path toward a happier and healthier life.