Dr. Dubler focuses on cultivating an authentic and positive relationship with patients while working from a safe and open space. She believes the therapeutic alliance is an essential catalyst and secure base for exploration and change in therapy. Dr. Dubler routinely approaches the work from a relational and psychodynamic mindset while integrating techniques from mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral approaches.
Over the years, Dr. Dubler has accumulated an array of clinical experience ranging from brief interventions to long-term individual, couples and group therapy. She has also worked in a variety of settings such as community mental health, university counseling centers, forensic in-patient, and court-mandated intervention. She has a background in neurocognition and a range of experience in clinical research, psychological evaluation, provision of supervision and mentorship, as well as teaching and consultation.
She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Rochester. Earlier, she earned a B.A. in Psychology and American Sign Language from the University of Rochester.
Dr. Dubler can often be found going into nature with her family, cooking yummy meals, and painting with watercolors.