Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology; Assistant Director of Clinical Training; Director of internship and externship training in the Clinical Psychology Program, PsyD
Dr. Jamie Schumpf received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at NY Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College.
At Ferkauf she is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology and serves as the Assistant Director of Clinical Training in the Clinical Program. She is also the Director of Internship and Externship Training and is the Assistant Director of CBT Training.
At NYP Weill Cornell she is an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry and supervises doctoral interns and residents.
Dr. Schumpf's main interests are in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Sleep Disorders. She has specific interests in utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy for the treatment of Insomnia and in the treatment of anxiety disorders. Dr. Schumpf is also committed to student training, teaches all four years of the Professional Seminar course at Ferkauf and has been the co-recipient of a five year grant through HRSA that served to train graduate students.
Dr. Schumpf is a certified diplomate by the Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT). Her professional affiliations include the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and serves as a Board Member at Large, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT), and serves on the Educational Standards Committee and New York City Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (NYC-CBT) as an elected Board Member and President Elect. She is also the Editor of Advances in Cognitive Therapy. In 2014 Dr. Schumpf was awarded "Teacher of the Year" at NY Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical College by the Psychology Internship Training Program.
Dr. Schumpf specializes in utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy to treat depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive and related disorders, and sleep related disorders. She has co-authored an adaptation of CBT for insomnia for groups and has presented nationally on adaptations to manualized CBT in diverse community samples. She is often invited to give lectures and presentations on CBT cognitive conceputalization, issues of student training and insomnia.
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