Dr. Perry Sandrock is currently completing her postdoctoral training at Pediatric Assessment, Learning & Support (PALS), where she conducts neuropsychological, psychoeducational, and developmental evaluations with children and adolescents. She also maintains a caseload of therapy patients with whom she provides highly specific treatment modalities and evidence-based interventions to meet their needs. Her treatment approaches include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), psychodynamic psychotherapy, family therapy, and play therapy. She incorporates mindfulness-based strategies across all ages and presenting problems. Dr. Sandrock completed training workshops in Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Internal Family Systems (IFS). Dr. Sandrock specializes in youth struggling with anxiety, adjustment disorders, mood and behavioral problems, and social-emotional difficulties.
Dr. Sandrock received her Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Child and School Psychology from Pace University in New York City. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at NYU Langone Health Pediatric Rusk Rehabilitation, where she provided brief supportive psychotherapy to individuals and their families during their stay on an acute inpatient medical rehabilitation unit. At Rusk, Dr. Sandrock worked closely with her interdisciplinary team of medical doctors, nurses, child-life specialists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, and occupational therapists to ensure optimal treatment. During her doctoral training, she worked closely with students with disabilities in various school districts. She provided therapy and coordinated transition services for students with disabilities who were preparing for graduation. Her interest in evaluations began as an extern in child and adolescent psychiatric hospitals in New York State.
Outside of PALS, Dr. Sandrock is an adjunct instructor in the school-clinical child psychology program at Pace University. In addition, she teaches courses about happiness and psychological well-being at the New York School for Interior Design.