Dr. Nicole Amoyal Pensak is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist that specializes in providing treatment for adults and adolescents with anxiety, depression, and coping with medical conditions. She provides evidence-based therapy based on the latest research for anxiety, depression, and chronic medical conditions and tailors treatment to the unique needs of each client. Dr. Pensak provides therapy and coaching services in her office and using video telehealth. Dr. Pensak's goal is to help you understand yourself more deeply through the psychotherapy experience, and to help you reach your full potential. Contact Dr. Pensak for a free phone consultation 609-283-2056.
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ABOUT DR. PENSAK
Dr. Nicole Amoyal Pensak is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist that specializes in treating adults and adolescents. Her clinical practice is located in Red Bank, New Jersey. Dr. Pensak received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of Rhode Island. She completed her APA accredited internship and specialty training in behavioral medicine at Yale School of Medicine. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard Medical School in psychiatric oncology and an NIH T32 fellowship at University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Center in Aging and Palliative Care. As a Harvard and Yale trained Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Pensak provides empirically based treatment that is uniquely tailored to meet the needs of each client.
Dr. Pensak is Director of Psycho-Oncology at Jersey Shore University Medical Center (JSUMC), Hope Tower. At JSUMC, she supervises and teaches psychiatry residents how to provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to their patients. In addition, she leads the psychosocial oncology service, conducts research, and provides direct clinical services to patients with cancer. Prior to JSUMC, she was Assistant Scientist at Hackensack University Medical Center/John Theurer Cancer Center and Assistant Professor of Oncology at Georgetown University Medical Center. Prior to that, she was Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine. She completed a Career Development Award recipient from the National Palliative Care Research Center (NPCRC) for which she conducted technological intervention development and dissemination research for caregivers of patients with advanced illness. As a 2016 NPCRC Career Development Award grantee, she conducted a pilot randomized controlled trial of a mobilized intervention to help caregivers manage distress and to enhance intimacy. She specializes in treating anxiety, depression, sexual dysfunction, and symptoms and side effects associated with medical issues (e.g., cancer, transplant, chronic medical conditions).
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