About Dr. Heather Trobert
Educated at Yeshiva University (Ph.D.), Columbia University (M.A.), and Yale (Fellowship), Dr. Trobert is a clinical psychologist who has trained with world-renowned pioneers in the field, and is expertly trained in the most effective cutting-edge treatments. With extensive general and specialized training, as well as a deep commitment to integrative approaches, Dr. Trobert weaves mindfulness and acceptance-based practices into gold-standard treatments such as: DBT, CBT, psychodynamic/object relations, and exposure treatments. Her exquisite dedication to balancing sensitivity with delicate concerns alongside a relational and problem-focused approach is rare and reflects the highly personalized care she takes with each and every patient she accepts into treatment. Often drawing upon a felt-sense of intuition, she believes strongly in listening beyond spoken words to hear the heart of what is often unsaid.
As an advocate, educator, scientist, and seasoned clinician, she often works with individuals struggling with difficult-to-treat conditions. She has a particular passion for providing consultation and education to hospitals, medical schools, students, and other health professionals about the importance of trauma-informed care in medicine. Emerging out of her passion for trauma-informed care, Dr. Trobert volunteers with various charities committed to assisting victims of violent crimes, torture, and sex trafficking.