Joanne Loeb. PhD is a clinical psychologist in private practice working with children, adolescents and adults. Previously she served as a consultant with the New York Center for Child Development where she worked in preschool and perinatal practice settings and provided bilingual trainings for child care providers. She was an Assistant Professor in Clinical Pediatrics at the Early Childhood Center at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine where she worked with families and young children for over ten years. Previously Dr. Loeb worked as Training Coordinator and Supervising Psychologist at Los Niños Services, an early childhood and early intervention agency in New York City. Dr. Loeb received a certificate in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy from the Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy and she has training in child-parent psychotherapy, perinatal anxiety and depression and she is a certified therapist and trainer in Parent Child Interaction Therapy. Dr. Loeb has published articles in the areas of early intervention and assessment and has presented in local and national conferences on topics such as early childhood development, early identification of autism, early childhood trauma and parent child interaction therapy.