Ingrid Deller is a trilingual clinical Psychologist who is passionate about delivering quality care
to her clients and watching them grow. She uses a multi-cultural/socio-cultural approach to
treatment in order to both capture and address all aspects of her clients’ lives. She earned both
her MA in Forensic Counseling Psychology as well as her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at
William James College, formerly known as Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
She completed her pre-doctoral training at South Florida State Hospital, where she worked
intensely with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, as well as rehabilitating
individuals to competence to stand trial. Her experience includes working with diverse
populations of all age range, providing individual and group therapy, career counseling, family
and couples therapy, psychological assessments, parent training, and a variety of other services.

Ingrid adopts a collaborative style in therapy, which provides her clients with autonomy over
their treatment. She uses a combination of psychoanalytic approaches, interpersonal therapy,
client-centered, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, or any other
empirically-validated modality that seems appropriate for and amenable to her clients. A quote
which guides Ingrid’s therapy sessions is: “I am human, and let nothing human be alien to me”
(Terence, 185 BC).

Ingrid works with individuals of all age groups. Her clinical interests include: anxiety,
depression, interpersonal difficulties, identity issues and development, issues of social justice,
substance abuse, and a myriad of other difficulties.

In her free time, Ingrid enjoys interior designing, exercising, playing with or walking her dog,
and volunteering.