Dr. Shiva Rezvan obtained her doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Isfahan, Isfahan, in 2011. After immigrating to the United States in 2011, she completed a one-year postdoctoral psychology residency at Children’s Service Center in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She subsequently pursued her psychology license under the guidance of her American mentor, Dr. Allan R. Wagner (Yale University).
For more than 15 years, Dr. Rezvan has provided psychotherapy services for anxiety disorders, mood disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, communication problems, and interpersonal issues. Her approaches to clinical work include interpersonal therapy, attachment-based therapy, metacognitive therapy, emotional-focused therapy, and transactional analysis. At Yale University’s Parenting Center, moreover, she received Kazdin Parent Management Training to address children’s externalizing behaviors and the quality of parent-child interactions.
Dr. Revan has published in the areas of attachment, information processing biases, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and emotion regulation, and she has presented papers and posters on that academic work at international conferences. She has also translated books on metacognition and information processing, and she taught introductory psychology courses at the University of Isfahan for five years. Her current interests include the role of unconscious processing in human behavior, emotion, and judgment, and through her ongoing involvement at Yale University she is investigating less cognitively demanding strategies for managing problematic behaviors.
Dr. Rezvan is licensed in Connecticut. She joined Comprehensive Neuropsychological Services in 2018.
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