About Dr. Baruch-Feldman
Caren Baruch-Feldman, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and a certified school psychologist. She maintains a private practice in Scarsdale and works part-time as a school psychologist in the Harrison schools in Westchester, New York. Her private practice focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for children and adults and Psycho-Educational Evaluations.
In addition, Dr. Baruch-Feldman trains camp counselors based on psychological principles. She has developed a manual for counselors that focuses on positive and proactive approaches to working with campers.
Dr. Baruch-Feldman is the past president of the School Division of the Westchester County Psychological Association and co-chair and co-founder of Parents and Professionals Advocating for Students (PAPAS) at Westchester Day School (WDS) in Mamaroneck. PAPAS’s mission is to enhance awareness of, and support, children’s individual learning needs. Now in its fourth year, PAPAS has provided needed support and information to many WDS parents.
Dr. Baruch-Feldman has authored numerous articles and led workshops on topics including cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, helping children and adults with stress and worry, executive functioning, and psychological assessment. Providing in-services and interactive workshops is a highlight of Dr. Baruch-Feldman’s professional life.
Dr. Baruch-Feldman received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College of ColumbiaUniversity and received her doctorate in Clinical-Child Psychology and School Psychology Certificate from St. John’s University. She did her internship and post doctoral training at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Dr. Baruch-Feldman trained at the Albert Ellis Institute and is a Fellow and Supervisor in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), a type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.