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Dr. Kelly Moore is a clinical psychologist licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and the Director of the Center for Psychological Services (CPS) at GSAPP. Prior to joining GSAPP in December 2020, she worked at Rutgers UBHC as the Principal Investigator and Program Manager for the Children’s Center for Resilience and Trauma Recovery (CCRTR) - a SAMHSA-funded, Category III Community Treatment and Service Center. This center provides training and consultation to mental health providers and advanced students in evidence-informed assessment and treatment of complex trauma in children from newborn to 10 years old, and their caregivers.

Dr. Moore’s clinical expertise is in the treatment of trauma and anxiety disorders in children and adolescents with a specialty in the treatment of PTSD and OCD. Additionally, she has worked in efforts to disseminate evidence-based treatments and develop trauma-focused programs in community mental health in Philadelphia and New Jersey. Her work has focused on identifying facilitators and overcoming barriers to implementation of evidence-informed practice. Prior to serving as GSAPP’s Director of CPS, Dr. Moore supported the GSAPP Foster Care Counseling Project by providing training and student supervision.

Dr. Moore received her PsyD. in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers GSAPP and completed her predoctoral psychology internship at Rutgers UBHC’s Child Therapeutic Day School and Office of Prevention Research. Following completion of her doctorate, Dr. Moore completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety.