Dr. Sujata Regina Swaroop received her BA in Psychology and Health Sciences from Boston College and her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the APA-accredited Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She works with adult, adolescent, and child populations providing treatment for a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, identity development, relationship difficulty, chronic pain, chronic illness, substance abuse, and life transitions. Dr. Swaroop also has expertise working with university students, veterans, survivors of the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings, and international populations.
Dr. Swaroop has received formal training in biofeedback/HRV, Seeking Safety, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure (PE), EMDR (Level 2), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Substance Abuse, Chronic Pain, Depression, Trauma, Complicated Grief, and Post Disaster Distress, Gottman Couples Therapy, Sensory Motor Affect Regulation Therapy (SMART), and Attachment, Regulation, and Competence (ARC) intervention. Extensive experience working from various treatment models allows her to flexibly conceptualize treatment plans from a variety of psychological approaches to successfully meet each client’s needs.
Dr. Swaroop’s predoctoral training spanned multiple settings, including school-based counseling services, college counseling services, immigrant and refugee clinics, and a Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center. In these settings she conducted psychological, neuropsychological, and school-readiness evaluations, provided psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families, and groups, and offered consultation, outreach, and crisis management. Dr. Swaroop also worked for one year at the Marjorie Kovler Center for Survivors of Torture where she provided psychotherapy and coordinated provision of care across psychiatric, medical, and legal providers.
Dr. Swaroop completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the internationally renowned Trauma Center in Brookline, MA. At the Trauma Center, Dr. Swaroop provided intensive outpatient trauma-focused psychotherapy and psychological evaluation to clients with histories of polyvictimization. During her postdoctoral fellowship, she also served as Adjunct Staff to Boston Medical Center’s Resiliency Center, assisting on-site at the federal trial to provide crisis management and therapeutic support to survivors of the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings. Finally, Dr. Swaroop served as the Program Coordinator for Project REACH to offer mental health services to victims of human trafficking and consultation and training to providers working with trafficking victims throughout the United States. She has offered training to FBI agents and law enforcement officials, attorneys, medical professionals, mental health professionals, shelter workers, and community activists. She has authored numerous publications and scholarly conference presentations on trauma recovery related to populations affected by war and displacement, gender-based violence, and intergenerational transmission of trauma. Dr. Swaroop continues to maintain supervisory and consultation affiliations with the Trauma Center.
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