Maia Jamadi, Ph.D (License Number PSY3010) received her bachelor’s degree from New York University, majoring in psychology and philosophy (2000). She then went on to receive a master’s degree (2004) and doctorate degree (2009) in clinical psychology from Long Island University Brooklyn. She was awarded the dissertation of the year award (2010) for her research examining the impact of self-construal on perceptual and metacognitive awareness of emotion in the other.
Dr. Jamadi completed her internship at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, NY in 2009 where she worked with both inpatient and outpatient populations, adults and children, and was trained in neuropsychological assessment. She was also part of the voluntary supervisory faculty at Lenox Hill Hospital from 2012-2017.
Prior to moving to Southern California in 2017, Dr. Jamadi maintained a private practice in New York City for 6 years where she provided psychotherapy and psychological assessment services for adults and children. She previously worked in foster care providing group, family, and individual psychotherapy for children in foster care, foster parents, and biological parents. While she maintains a general practice, Dr. Jamadi has interests in cultural identity and acculturation as well as postpartum and perinatal issues.