Dr. Camilla Mager graduated from Brown University, earning her B.A. with honors in Religious Studies. She earned both her Masters and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies, where her doctoral research focused on the dynamics of the mother-daughter relationship.
Dr. Mager began her training at Henry Ohlhoff Outpatient Programs, an intensive program for substance abuse and eating disorders located in San Francisco. After returning to New York City, she completed a one year fellowship in intensive psychotherapy at the William Alanson White Institute. Upon completing her doctorate, Dr. Mager fulfilled her postdoctoral internship at Sarah Lawrence College’s Health Services, where she implemented the school's eating disorder treatment program. Before launching into full time private practice, Dr. Mager worked at the Columbus Park Collaborative eating disorder day treatment program in midtown Manhattan.
Dr. Mager is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy as well as psychodynamic psychotherapy. In addition, she has a background in Integral Psychology – an approach which utilizes the research, teachings, and wisdom from many different disciplines and integrates insights from neuroscience, mind/body approaches, nutrition, spiritual/religious traditions (Western and Eastern), and alternative health practices in order to allow for a more comprehensive approach to working with clients in therapy.
California Institute of Integral Studies, PsyD in Clinical Psychology
California Institute of Integral Studies, Master’s in Clinical Psychology
Brown University (Bachelor’s)
William Alanson White Institute, Fellowship in Intensive Psychotherapy