Paul Park, Psy.D. is a NY/NJ licensed clinical psychologist who supports individuals through loss, traumatic events, and other significant life adjustments due to psychosocial concerns (e.g., medical illnesses, financial burden, limited social support). He has a private practice in NYC. Previously, Paul served as a Senior Psychologist and Mental Health Director within the World Trade Center Health Program, a federally funded program that serves civilian and first responders who were affected by the 9/11 WTC attack. He completed his Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical and Community Psychology at Yale University School of Medicine, in which he provided psychological treatment to formerly homeless persons and worked as a consultant to community mental health organizations. His interests are in addressing mental health disparities within underprivileged communities, identifying the mechanisms of change in effective psychotherapeutic treatments, and leveraging technology to provide accessible and effective care particularly to underserved populations. Paul completed his B.A. in Cognitive Science and Psychology at UC Berkeley and his Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at Rutgers University.