Amanda Weber, Ph.D
Amanda M. Weber, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist at the Brookline Community Mental Health Center within the CEDAR Clinic. Currently, they supervise trainees, conduct psychiatric evaluations for youths and young adults, and provide individual, group, and family therapy.
Clinical Interests: Dr. Weber’s clinical interests include understanding the psychosocial and individual developmental needs of those experiencing psychosis symptoms and those at risk for developing psychosis. Specifically, understanding how racial identity, racial trauma, and acculturation stress can play a role in maintaining psychosis-like symptoms. They have worked with individuals using both group and individual therapy.
Academic: Dr. Weber earned their undergraduate degree in Psychology at Alma College, master’s in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University, and their doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Boston College. Dr. Weber completed their Internship at Massachusetts’s Mental Health Center and their Postdoctoral Fellowship at the VA Boston Healthcare System.