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Sarah Bostick, MA

Sarah Bostick, MA, is a fourth year clinical psychology doctoral student at DePaul University.  She joined the University of Chicago Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department as an extern in July of 2012.  Prior to joining the University of Chicago, Sarah has conducted individual and group psychotherapy with children and adolescents with mood and  anxiety disorders and ADHD utilizing evidence based treatments including CBT protocols, and has extensive experience in conducting psychological assessments in medical and outpatient settings. Sarah’s clinical and research interests include internalizing disorders in pediatric populations, the role of anxiety in suicidal ideation and behaviors, and the influence of parent symptoms and parent-child relationships in treatment outcomes for youth.