TANYA BANNISTER, PH.D.
is the Director of Cognitive Therapy for Women Psychological Services, a cognitive-behavioral specialty practice for the treatment of women’s mental health issues. Dr. Bannister maintains a subspecialty treating reproductive-related mood disorders as well. She is a New York State licensed psychologist, received her doctorate from Columbia University, and her postdoctoral training at the Cognitive Therapy Clinic of Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Dr. Bannister has focused predominantly on the psychology of women in her career and has had strong success using cognitive therapy to treat women’s mental health issues. Dr. Bannister has been an active member of the Women’s Mental Health Consortium since its inception in 2002.
CAROLINE DUNLOP, PSY.D.
is a Staff Psychologist at Cognitive Therapy for Women Psychological Services, a New York state licensed psychologist, and has also worked as a licensed psychologist in London, England. She received her undergraduate degree from Stanford University, studied clinical psychology at New York University, and received her doctorate degree from the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University. Dr. Dunlop has a particular interest in treating the unique psychological needs of women, including reproductive-related mood disorders, postpartum depression and anxiety, work-family balance issues, and relationship struggles. She is a member of the Women's Mental Health Consortium in New York City.
EMMA LEVINE, PH.D.
is Assistant Director at Cognitive Therapy for Women Psychological Services and a member of the Women’s Mental Health Consortium in New York City. She received her undergraduate degree from Skidmore College and her doctoral degree from Fordham University. She currently serves as Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Fordham University teaching counseling skills to masters and doctoral level students. Dr. Levine has a particular interest in working with women as they navigate life transitions, parenting stress, relationship concerns, and work/family responsibilities.