B.A. East Asian Language and Literature — University of California, Irvine
B.A. Music — Bob Cole Conservatory of Music, California State University, Long Beach
Moore believes a strong therapeutic relationship is crucial for progress and improvement, so she aims for a highly collaborative environment with her clients. She fosters an empathetic space so her clients can explore their vulnerabilities and target any maladaptive cognitions and/or behavioral patterns. A safe, judgement-free environment is her number one priority.
She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a National Board-Certified Counselor (NBCC). Moore is currently a Postgraduate Clinical Fellow in the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program. She completed her clinical training at Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare, The Family Institute at Northwestern University and at Highland Park Hospital’s Adolescent and Young Adult Inpatient Psychiatry Unit. She has also completed a Postgraduate Research Fellowship at Yale University’s Child Study Center Anxiety and Mood Disorders clinic studying anxiety in children and their parents.
Moore specializes in Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRB), Trichotillomania (TTM) and Excoriation Disorder. Moore also values multiculturalism, race, gender, social justice and group/systemic dynamics. She believes these experiences contribute to the therapeutic alliance and strives to maintain active awareness around these constructs in and out of the therapy room.
American Counseling Association (ACA)
Assistant Director of Administration for the 2021 Group Relations Conference in the Tavistock Model, Staff Member for the 2020 Group Relations Conference in the Tavistock Model
Postgraduate Teaching Assistant for the Masters of Counseling Program
Research Assistant for Social Cognition Intergroup Processes (SCIP) Lab at Northwestern University