Anna Odom, Ph.D.


Anna Odom, Ph.D.

Dr. Odom is available for diagnostic evaluation, consultation, individual psychotherapy, psycho-educational testing, and psychological testing. She is trained in Transference Focused Psychotherapy for Adults and Adolescents, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for mood and anxiety disorders & Relapse Prevention and Motivational Interviewing for Substance Use Disorders. She also works with children and families in high conflict divorces.

Dr. Odom began her professional career as an Adjunct Instructor of Psychology at the New School University in 2003. After partaking in a Psychology Internship at Beth Israel Medical Center and a fellowship at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College she began her private practice. As she focuses on her practice she continues to teach at Weill Cornell Medical College as well as the New School University.

Dr. Odom has offices in Manhattan and White Plains.

To schedule an appointment:  Call 914-997-59465.

See below for more on Dr. Odom's accomplishments:

Clinical Experience:

Jan. 2000 - June 2004:  Doctoral Externships - The New School, Beth Israel Center for Clinical Training and Research; New York, NY       

July 2002 - June 2003:  Mount Sinai Medical Center; New York, NY

Sept. 2000 - June 2002:  Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center; Brooklyn, NY

March 2001 - June 2002:  Bowery Residents' Committee Inc. (BRC); New York, NY

March 1999 - Sept. 2000:  Mental Health Worker, Columbia University Community Support Services (CSS)/Harlem Hospital; New York, NY

Dec. 1996 - Oct.1997:  Telephone Counselor Crisis Intervention Hotline; Fort Worth, TX

Professional Affiliations:

Since 1996:  American Psychological Association Division 39: Psychoanalysis   

Since 1999:  New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA)

Since 2005:  Manhattan Psychological Association

1996 - 1997:  Southwestern Psychological Association - Student Affiliate

1999 - 2003:  Campus Representative to the New School University for the Advocacy Coordinating Team of the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS)

1999 - 2003:  Campus Representative to the New School University for the New York State Psychological Association's Organization of Future Psychologists (NOFP)

Professional Presentations:   

Odom, A. & Hanning, H. (2007, May 29). Application and Evaluation of Transference Focused Psychotherapy: Modified for Adolescents. Paper presented at Cornell University.

Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Payne Whitney Westchester, White Plains, NY.

Odom, A. & Dopkin, P. (2002, July). Transtheoretical Model: Application of the Transtheoretical Model of Change to Bowery Residences' Committee Clients. Staff in-service training presented for Bowery Residents' Committee Alcoholism Outpatient Clinic, New York, NY.

Odom, A. & Dopkin, P. (2002, May). Transtheoretical Model: Stages and Processes of Change. Staff in-service training presented for Bowery Residents'; Committee Alcoholism Outpatient Clinic, New York, NY.

Pugh, M.A., Hall, J.P., & Odom A.E. (1997, April). New directions in international psychology. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Fort Worth, TX.

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