About: Intern Profiles
Marie-Judith Bijoux-Leist is finishing her third year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. Judy is a native of Haiti, and she earned her M.D. in pediatric medicine at the Universitie d’Etat d’Haiti (Port-au-Prince, Haiti) in 1984. As a physician she had a special interest in working with people with AIDS. After receiving her M.S. degree in Counseling Psychology from Villanova University in 2006, she earned a certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Council for Relationships (Philadelphia). In addition to working at the Council since 2008 as a part-time therapist, Judy has worked as a therapist (2006-07) as an outpatient therapist at the Philadelphia Mental Health Center. This past year she completed an assessment practicum at the Center for Neuropsychology and Behavioral Medicine (Allentown, PA).
Noam Fliegelman just completed his second year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Widener University. He is 2008 graduate of Swarthmore College. He has had extern placements at the University of Pennsylvania’s Abramson Cancer Center and the John F. Kennedy Community Mental Health Center (Philadelphia). At Swarthmore Noam earned Academic All-Centennial Honor Roll status. He was a varsity basketball player.
Rutvi S. Kapadia is finishing her third year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. In 2007 she obtained a Master of Art degree in Community Counseling from Marymount University, in Arlington Virginia. Rutvi is currently doing a practicum at the Psychological Services and Human Development Center (Ft. Washington, PA), where she mostly conducts psychological evaluations. Her previous experiences include providing individual and family therapy to adolescents at Maternal Child Consortium, in Bensalem PA and working as a therapist for Foundations Behavioral Health in Doylestown, PA. Her past positions have included some extensive experience with substance abuse. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from James Madison University, in Virginia in 2005.
Eliza Lee earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Developmental Psychology (Bryn Mawr College) in 2005 and her B.A. in philosophy from Yale University in 1989. Since 1997 she has been a certified Pennsylvania School Psychologist. She comes to Haverford as part of her pursuit of her license as a Pennsylvania psychologist. She was a pre-doctoral intern at CAPS from 2002-2004. From 1998-2000 and from 2007 through the present day, Eliza has been working as a consulting psychologist at the Abington Friends School (Jenkintown).
Marta Ludwig is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Social Work program. This is her second year of providing psychotherapy at Haverford College. She is originally from Warsaw, Poland and received her Master and Bachelor of Arts in 2006 from the University of Warsaw. Marta's experience in the US includes interning at Hahnemann University Hospital where she provided crisis intervention and facilitated a support group for cancer patients, and at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington where she provided group and individual therapy. She has also worked as a school counselor in a middle school in Poland. Marta’s training includes four years of Gestalt therapy learning where she conducted supervised counseling in this technique. Within the framework of her MSW program she was trained in CBT and DBT approaches.
Margarita Saenz is currently finishing her third year in the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Chestnut Hill College, in Philadelphia. She obtained her Master degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology also from Chestnut Hill in 2008. Margarita has experience working with adolescents and their families in both individual and family therapy. She is currently an intern at Montgomery County Youth center and previously worked at Central Montgomery Mental Health, and St. Mary’s Villa for Children. Margarita is originally from Mexico and has worked extensively with Latino adolescents in both English and Spanish. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Chestnut Hill College.