Margaret Farrell, Psy.D.
Dr. Farrell is a Licensed Psychologist with 10 years of experience providing individual psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults and older adults. Her primary approach to treatment is Cognitive Behavioral, with therapeutic interventions tailored with respect for the unique needs of the individual client.
Dr. Farrell received her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Widener University, with a focus in health psychology. During her pre-doctoral training, she provided therapy in a variety of settings, including working with children with ADHD, adults with co-occurring medical and psychological diagnoses, older adults in an inpatient physical rehabilitation hospital, and undergraduate students with disabilities in a university setting.
Her post-doctoral work has involved providing therapy in outpatient group and private practice settings, specializing in treating individuals with a variety of anxiety disorders, mood disorders, interpersonal and relational problems, behavior issues and adjustment disorders.
Dr. Farrell also provides parent consultation and enjoys collaborating with medical providers and educators to ensure comprehensive and collaborative care for the patients she serves. Her graduate research involved the study of post-traumatic growth, or positive change that can result from overcoming traumatic life experiences. She is grateful to have the opportunity to witness the courage and resilience that often emerges from clients as they process challenging life events.