About: Extern Profiles
Eliza Costoso is returning to CAPS as an extern for a second year of training. She is beginning her third year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Immaculata University (Immaculata, PA). Eliza’s previous experiences include, working as an extern at Marywood University’s (Scranton, PA) Counseling and Student Development Center and at the Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services also in Scranton. She obtained her master’s degree in Mental Health and Counseling from Marywood University in 2010 and her undergraduate degree in Psychology from East Stroudsburg University in 2006.
David Fask, is a Haverford alumnus and completed a Ph.D. Program in Clinical Psychology at the University of Virginia (2013). He was a Psychological Intern at the VA New Jersey Health Care System (2012-2013), where he treated individuals dealing with trauma, substance abuse and multiple diagnoses. During graduate school, he completed externships at the University of Virginia’s Mary Ainsworth Psychological Clinic, and at the Learning Needs and Evaluation Center, where he conducted therapy with individuals and couples and also performed assessments for a variety of disorders. David has an undergraduate degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from Haverford College (2004).
Jonathan Krigel is returning to Haverford as a Post-doctoral fellow. He recently completed his Ph.D. (2014) in Clinical Psychology at Widener University, Chester PA. He is finishing his internship, conducting individual and group therapy in an inpatient setting, at Fairmount Behavioral Health System (7/2013-present) in Philadelphia. Jon also did an internship at Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI), where he provided outpatient psychotherapy and assessments to juveniles with histories of sexual offenses and/or abuse (2012-13). His practicum experiences include; a year with us at CAPS (2011-12); working with children at Children’s Crisis Treatment Center in Philadelphia (2010-11) and conducting individual and group therapy at Girard Medical Center (2009-10). Jon received his undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. (2004). Before entering the field of Psychology, Jon worked in New York as an Account Executive for BioScience Communications and for Manning Selvage and Lee Public Relations (2005-2009).
Scott Levson is beginning his second year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Chestnut Hill College. He received a Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College in 2013 and a Master of Arts in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University (Washington, DC) in 2009. Scott’s previous clinical experiences include; a practicum where he performed various assessments of students at the Pennsbury School District; and provided psychotherapy to adolescents and young adults at the Cognitive Behavioral Services (2013-present) and at John F. Kennedy Behavioral Health Center (2012-2013), both in Philadelphia, PA. Scott obtained his undergraduate degree in Talmudic Law (2008) from Yeshiva College of the Nation’s Capital (Silver Spring, MD). In addition to clinical work, Scott has a background in teaching Judaic Studies, English and Rhetoric to both middle and high school students (2010-present).
Ari Pizer is returning to CAPS as an extern for a second year of training. Ari is beginning his third year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Widener University (Chester, PA). Ari’s previous clinical experiences include working as an extern at the Keystone Center, an inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Chester, PA. He was also employed as a Board-Certified Music Therapist in the Dept. of Psychiatry at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and as a Program Coordinator of the Music Therapy Outreach Program at the Wellness Alliance of the Horizon House in Philadelphia. Ari obtained a master’s degree in Music Therapy from Temple University in 2010 and an undergraduate degree in Jazz Performance from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, in 2002.