Taylor Groth, Ph.D earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Derner School of Psychology at Adelphi University. She completed her internship in pediatric rehabilitation and neuropsychology at NYU Rusk, and is currently a post-doctoral fellow also at NYU Rusk. Additionally, at Groth Psychology and Wellness, she also sees clients for therapy and neuropsychology evaluations in her private practice and recently joined NFN Brain Connections. Her clinical and research interests include psychotherapy process and outcome in children and adolescents, and pediatric neuropsychology. Taylor has a number of publications in journals including the journal of Psychotherapy; Psychotherapy Integration; Professional Psychology: Research and Practice; and Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma. Additionally, Taylor published an award-winning paper in the journal of Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. This paper, “Psychologists’ willingness to provide services to individuals at risk of suicide,” earned the APA Division 29 Mathilda B. Canter Education and Training Award (2018) for papers addressing education, supervision, or training of psychotherapists.