Megan Barthle-Herrera, Ph.D.

Megan A Barthle-Herrera, Ph.D.

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Biography

Megan Barthle-Herrera, Ph.D. completed her doctoral degree in counseling psychology. She has completed an APA-approved predoctoral internship in clinical and health psychology and a postdoctoral fellowship in psychology.

Dr. Barthle-Herrera has professional clinical experience in university counseling centers, school settings, medical specialty clinics, psychiatric hospitals, and psychology outpatient facilities. She has experience treating individuals across the lifespan. Dr. Barthle-Herrera has extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Exposure and Response Prevention (CBT-E/RP) and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). She is a certified PCIT therapist. She specializes in the treatment of Anxiety, OCD and related disorders, Perinatal Anxiety and OCD, and Disruptive Behavior Disorders in children aged 2-7.

Dr. Barthle-Herrera’s teaching experience includes undergraduate courses of Abnormal Psychology, Psychology of Personality, and Eating Disorders, as well as invited lectures on OCD and related disorders.

Dr. Barthle’s research interests include treatment outcomes for CBT-E/RP and PCIT treatment interventions, as well as topics associated with OCD and related disorders.

Education

Ph.D.
University of Florida
2017

M.S.
University of Florida
2013

B.S.
University of Florida
2010

Board Certification

  • Psychology - American Psychology Association

Honors and Awards

Dereck Chiu Training and Research Scholarship
Dereck Chiu Training and Research
2015

Psychology and Family Studies Mini-Grant
Center for Pediatric Psychology and Family Studies
2015