Dahlia Mukherjee, M.Phil., M.A.
Dahlia Mukherjee, M.Phil., M.A., is a clinical practicum student at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety. She is currently a 6th year clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Pennsylvania. Dahlia received her Bachelor’s degree followed by a Master’s degree in psychology from the University of Calcutta. She received an M.Phil degree in psychology from the University of Glasgow. She continued teaching and supervised clinical work in India before moving to the US. Prior to Penn, she simultaneously worked as a research specialist at the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Lab under Steven Hayes, Ph.D., the Trauma Lab under Victoria Follette, Ph.D. and the Anxiety Lab under Holly Hazlett-Stevens, PhD. Dahlia has completed clinical training at the Anxiety and Agoraphobia Treatment Clinic, Penn Anxiety Clinic, Penn Cognitive Therapy for Depression Clinic, the Anxiety and OCD Treatment Center Clinic and the Coche Center. Her current research interests include decision making in mood and anxiety disorders. Dahlia’s clinical interests include evidence-based treatments for anxiety disorder, including PTSD, OCD, social anxiety, panic, phobias and generalized anxiety.