Bridie is a Clinical Psychologist and Postdoctoral Fellow who earned her PsyD from William James College. Bridie has provided services and received training in a variety of settings throughout her career, ranging from inpatient work at New York Presbyterian Hospital and residential work at Walden Behavioral Care’s eating disorder program, to working in a school setting, as well as several outpatient practices. In these settings she has honed her skills in group therapy, psychological testing, and diagnostic report writing, developing individualized academic plans, as well as focusing on short and longer term therapy.
During her doctoral studies, Bridie chose a concentration in Health Psychology to pursue her passion for understanding mind-body connectedness and supporting holistic wellbeing. Layering on additional experience researching and treating eating disorders, Bridie has developed expertise in helping clients heal their relationship with food, body image, and movement.

Bridie is enthusiastic about providing therapy to individuals, couples, and families of all ages, and has particular expertise in working with children. She also specializes in conducting psychological testing batteries and formulating diagnostic reports. Bridie is comfortable working with patients on a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, neurodiversity, eating disorders, substance use, and relationship challenges. Bridie also has experience working with clients who have mental health challenges related to physical conditions, including cancer, chronic pain, migraine, gastrointestinal disorders, and allergies. Bridie focuses on building strong therapeutic relationships through curiosity, compassion, and unconditional positive regard towards her patients. Bridie also pays close attention to cultural factors that shape her client’s experience in the world and the therapy space. She integrates interventions that align with the specific needs and strengths of each client. Bridie draws from her training in many evidence-based techniques, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), emotion focused therapy (EFT), internal family systems (IFS), positive psychology, mindfulness/meditation, expressive arts therapy, and play therapy. Bridie’s ultimate goal as a therapist is to help clients thrive as the best version of their authentic self.

Bridie is a spiritual person who finds purpose and meaning in her role as a therapist. She sees the inherent value of each individual and cherishes the opportunity to be a part of her client’s life journey. Bridie believes that everyone has the capacity to heal themself and views therapy as a space to receive the support and tools needed to do so.

Bridie Moriarty, PsyD

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