Supervised by Dr. Gabriela Bronson-Castain, PSY 23904 (Counseling) and Lisa White, Ph.D., PSY 26400 (Assessment)
Yael Goldstein-Love provides psychoeducational and neuropsychological evaluations and therapy at Summit Center for children and adolescents. Yael is a third-year graduate student at The Wright Institute pursuing her doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She received her bachelor’s degree with honors from Harvard University. She has previously worked at the Wright Institute Clinic, The Wright Institute Recovery Clinic, and the Berkeley Creative Wellness Center, serving a wide range of people and drawing from psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral approaches. She has experience treating people with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorders, ADHD, and substance use issues. Before beginning her training in psychology, she was a writer and editor, and she still maintains a career as a professional novelist. She has a particular passion for working with children whose intensity is associated with creative gifts.