Dr. Krieger graduated with a PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of Rhode Island and completed her pre-doctoral internship at Bedford VA Hospital in Psychosocial Rehabilitation.
She divides her time between private practice and working as a clinical psychologist at a long-term care/rehabilitation hospital where she aids patients in navigating long-term care by helping to improve communication between patients, physicians, nurses, and rehabilitation therapists.
She has experience working with people who are managing chronic and acute illness, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, anxiety, and/or struggle with interpersonal effectiveness. Dr. Krieger enjoys working with adults who want to improve their everyday life skills and get along well with family, friends and business associates.
She adapts her work to the needs of each client using the best approaches available to help clients resolve their concerns. She is committed to enhancing the life experiences of those in her care. Her goal is to provide a warm and safe environment where clients can gain self-awareness and become more effective in their lives.
Anxiety - Including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), panic disorder, generalized anxiety, social anxiety
Conflicts in relationships - Navigating relationships with spouses, parents, children, friends or co-workers
Stress management - Including coping with life’s difficulties, and managing chronic and acute illness
Life transitions & personal growth - Including adjustment to life-changing events, developing your identity, and reaching your full potential
Mood disorders - Including bipolar disorder, depression
Management of chronic and acute illness - Receiving a diagnosis; adjusting to lifestyle and medication changes; coping with related changes in mood, emotions, and relationships; managing symptoms and stress
Bedford VA Hospital, Pre-doctoral internship, Psychosocial Rehabilitation
University of Rhode Island, PhD in Clinical Psychology