Dr. Brianne Dickey
meet Dr. Brianne Dickey
Brianne Dickey, Ph.D., is a New York State licensed psychologist at the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Dickey has broad experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and third-wave approaches such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness. Through her experiences in various treatment settings, Dr. Dickey has worked with children struggling with challenges including anxiety, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), adjustment and impulse control. She has worked with people of all ages with various presenting problems including anxiety, depression, OCD, ADHD, trauma, grief, and those struggling to navigate the challenges and stress caused by changes in life stages and circumstances.
After receiving her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, a Masters from Teachers College, Columbia University, and her doctorate from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Dr. Dickey spent two years as a therapist in rural Hawaiʻi. Dr. Dickey completed her APA-accredited internship through I Ola Lāhui Rural Hawaiʻi Behavioral Health Program on the islands of Oʻahu and Lānaʻi and her post-doctoral fellowship at Lānaʻi Community Health Center. Previously, Dr. Dickey provided therapy at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, Center for Anxiety in Manhattan, and Fairleigh Dickinson’s community mental health clinic.
Dr. Dickey’s experience working with children and adolescents predates her doctoral training, as she spent three years as a therapeutic counselor at Little Keswick Therapeutic Boarding School in Virginia. Dr. Dickey has also received specialized training in Sport Psychology, and worked with Division I college athletes at Fairleigh Dickinson utilizing CBT principles to target anxiety maintenance and performance enhancement for both individual athletes and athletic teams. Dr. Dickey has extensive experience working with ASD at the Seaver Autism Center through Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and as a behavioral therapist at both the Keswell School in Manhattan and by providing at-home ABA therapy to children and adolescents through Hybridge Learning Group. Dr. Dickey’s broad experiences have enhanced her clinical insight into how people are shaped by their environments, and furthered her deep appreciation for different cultural values and practices.