Dr. Brad Stevens, Ph.D.

Dr. Brad Stevens is a licensed clinical psychologist at MindWell NYC where he provides relationally-oriented cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to adults and adolescents. He is trained in cognitive-behavioral, experiential, and attachment-based approaches to support individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, or relationship difficulties. Dr. Stevens is passionate about providing care to members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and he offers individual and group psychotherapy.

Dr. Stevens works to empower individuals struggling with emotional pain to live rich and meaningful lives. Within the context of a healing therapeutic relationship, his clients learn to transform their relationships with difficult thoughts and feelings. Through close collaboration with Dr. Stevens, clients cultivate new ways of being both with themselves and others.

Dr. Stevens received a B.A. in Psychology from Princeton University (2009) and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Hofstra University (2019). Prior to joining MindWell NYC, he completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Rennicke & Associates and an APA-accredited predoctoral internship at the James J. Peters (Bronx) VA Medical Center. At the VA, Dr. Stevens provided evidence-based treatment for PTSD, led a process group for LGBTQIA+ veterans, and counseled service members with substance use disorders. Prior to internship, he completed externships at New York-Presbyterian Westchester Behavioral Health Center, Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders, and Northwell Health’s Unified Behavioral Health Center for Military Veterans and Their Families. As a doctoral candidate, Dr. Stevens received extensive training in exposure-based CBT and mindfulness-based therapies such as ACT and DBT.

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