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Camille Y. Williams
Pre-doctoral Trainee Department of Counseling Psychology and the Center for Healthy Minds

Camille is a doctoral student in the Department of Counseling Psychologyand a graduate research assistant at the Center for Healthy Minds. Her main interests are parent-child interactions, attachment, empathy development in early childhood, and empathy as a psychotherapist trait. Camille currently works with Simon Goldberg on a study about the relation between psychotherapist characteristics and treatment outcomes. She also works with Sarah Short on a study about maternal stress and infant development.


B.A., Psychology, Columbia University

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