Dina Hirsch, PhD specializes in the provision of evidence based treatments, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and family based treatment (FBT). She has presented across the country and is an expert in child and adolescent eating, mood and anxiety disorders as well as the provision of marital and family therapy. In addition to maintaining a private practice, she is senior psychologist at Northwell Health's Center for Weight Management. Prior to her current position, she spent almost a decade as the psychologist for the Eating Disorders Center at Cohen Children’s Medical Center (f/k/a Schneider Children's Hospital) where she delivered direct clinical services, provided supervision to psychology doctoral students and was involved in outcome research and program development. Dr. Hirsch joined the faculty in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Long Island Jewish/Zucker Hillside Hospital in 2002, formerly on the adolescent inpatient unit and in the child & adolescent outpatient program, including the adolescent DBT team. From 2007-2008, Dr. Hirsch temporarily relocated to CA where she was program director and director of social services at the child and adolescent unit of Good Samaritan Hospital. Upon returning to NY, Dr. Hirsch served as a clinical instructor at NYU Child Study Center, providing supervision to psychology and psychiatry trainees in the Family Studies Program. She also re-joined LIJ, where she developed and implemented a modified DBT program at the Eating Disorders Center. Dr. Hirsch co-authored a ground breaking treatment manual for eating disorders in adolescents which integrates and improves upon the best treatments for AN, including FBT, DBT, CBT, and ACT to name a few.