Dr. Zbojovsky is a clinical psychologist licensed in the states of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. She graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. She then went on to Virginia Commonwealth University where she received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Zbojovsky’s clinical training included working with a range of psychopathology in outpatient and acute inpatient settings. Her graduate research focused on risk and resiliency factors in adolescence and the role of evidence-based practices to help youth and families promote positive development. 

During her two-year postdoctoral fellowship at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Dr. Zbojovsky’s clinical training focused on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Parent Management Training (PMT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). Dr. Zbojovsky was intensively trained in the application of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) to children, adolescents, and adults, and she served as a primary therapist for a research study conducting Dialectical Behavioral Therapy adapted for children (DBT-c). 

Currently, Dr. Zbojovsky works in private practice with a mission to provide evidence-based treatment and make an impactful change in the lives of individuals struggling with mood, behavior, and relationship difficulties. She is devoted to understanding her client’s current capabilities and providing the support and tools to help her clients to grow and create a more fulfilling life. Dr. Zbojovsky respects the time, energy and willingness that clients bring into treatment and uses her own energy and humor to create an honest and motivating environment to facilitate client growth and change. Her clinical areas of interest include emotional and behavioral dysregulation, anxiety and mood disorders, social skills development, parenting and family interventions, and preventative and resiliency skills development.

When Dr. Zbojovsky isn’t with patients, you can find her trying her best to master Zumba, intensely cheering on her favorite football team, searching for new crafting ideas for her little ones or in search of the perfect therapy dog. Dr. Zbojovsky tries to practice what she preaches and build her own life worth living. 

Dr. Ali and Dr. Kelly building their life worth living!

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Alexandra Morris Psy.D.

Kelly Zbojovsky, Ph.D.

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Dr. Morris is a clinical psychologist licensed to practice in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. She graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology. She received a Master of Arts in Psychology and Education from Columbia University. She completed an APA accredited internship at Hutchings Psychiatric Center in the Child and Adolescent Track. She received a subsequent Master of Science and Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Her past research focused on the relationship between personality, relationship satisfaction, cognitive distortion, and various internet mediums, such as Facebook, Twitter, and pornography.

Dr. Morris was intensively trained in both inpatient and outpatient settings using evidence-based treatment and assessment to address a wide range of internalizing and externalizing disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. She specializes in Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Parent Management Training (PMT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). Her current clinical areas of interest are OCD and other anxiety disorders, mood disorders, sleep difficulties, and comorbid medical issues. Her mission in private practice is to help college students navigate young adulthood and children and adolescents overcome emotional and behavioral challenges.

Dr. Morris has an active and direct therapeutic style, which can be described more like coaching than traditional psychotherapy. She likes to infuse humor and irreverence throughout her work, disarming her clients and keeping the difficult process of confronting one’s issues as engaging and interesting as possible. Her approach is evidence-based and oriented towards problem-solving in an effort to increase motivation and reduce barriers that keep clients stuck and miserable in ineffective patterns in their lives and relationships.  

When not in session, Dr. Morris enjoys spending time with her diabolical German shepherds. She has also been known to spend too much time at the beach collecting seashells, crossing things off her bucket list, and a variety of other misadventures. After all, isn’t that the point, a life worth living?