Amanda Weber, Ph.D
Amanda M. Weber, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and director of the CEDAR Clinic at the Brookline Community Mental Health Center, where they supervise trainees, conduct psychiatric evaluations for youths and young adults, and provide individual, group, and family therapy. At M-PATH, they provide psychological and diagnostic consultation and collaborate with the M-PATH team on referrals.
Clinical Interests: Dr. Weber has worked with individuals with psychosis and schizophrenia-spectrum disorders for the last 10 years. They are particularly interested in the intersection of racial identity and racial trauma and the role it may play in maintaining psychosis-like symptoms. Dr. Weber uses both an integrative approach and ACT perspective in clinical work.
Academic: Dr. Weber earned their undergraduate degree in psychology at Alma College, a master’s in counseling psychology from Northeastern University, and their doctorate in counseling psychology from Boston College. Dr. Weber completed their predoctoral internship at Massachusetts Mental Health Center and their postdoctoral fellowship at the VA Boston Healthcare System.