Daria Mamon, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist, specializing in the treatment of PTSD. Dr. Mamon received her BA in behavioral science from Ruppin Academic Center, Israel. After her undergraduate training, she moved to the US and completed her graduate training at William James College. Her graduate clinical training included working in public settings with underserved populations, particularly with individuals with severe mental illness in inpatient units. She also has extensive training and experience in the provision of evidence-based assessment and treatment in the Veteran population, including individual, group, and couples. Dr. Mamon completed an APA pre-doctoral internship at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan, Colorado focusing on assessment and treatment of severe mental illness. She completed an APA-accredited postdoctoral fellowship at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University at the Providence VA Medical Center, specialized in Returning Veterans readjustment issues. She then completed a second APA-accredited postdoctoral fellowship at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital and specialized in Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) treatment. Dr. Mamon’s clinical and research interests focus on trauma outcomes, specifically, the relationship between PTSD, Posttraumatic Growth and other trauma outcomes. She has additional research interests in understanding barriers for utilizing mental health services and increasing treatment engagement.