Dr. DeVincentis received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Antioch University New England in 2018 and completed her predoctoral internship through the Albany Medical Consortium. Here, she received training at an acute psychiatric inpatient unit (The Albany Medical Center Hospital Psychiatric Inpatient Unit), an outpatient mental health clinic for individuals with severe mental illness (Albany County Support Center at The Capital District Psychiatric Center), and at a veteran administration hospital’s neuropsychological department and outpatient psychotherapy department (The Albany Stratton VA). Dr. DeVincentis completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Hampshire College Health and Counseling Center, with training in individual psychotherapy and crisis intervention.
Dr. DeVincentis is currently a licensed clinical psychologist at James Levine and Associates conducting psychological assessments, psychoeducational assessments, and consulting to primary and secondary schools in Western Massachusetts. Dr. DeVincentis is an affiliate faculty member at Antioch, teaching professional seminar and psychological assessment.
Dr. DeVincentis’ clinical work is grounded in psychodynamic and humanistic theories, and her clinical interests include autism spectrum disorders, attachment disorders, assessment as a therapeutic intervention, and projective and personality assessment.