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Suzanne Straebler, Ph.D., PMH-BC


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Personal Statement

Suzanne Straebler, PhD, PMH-BC, is a psychiatric nurse practitioner and a certified cognitive behavior therapist. Dr. Straebler has extensive experience in both the development and implementation of evidence-based treatments for eating disorders, specifically enhanced cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT-E) and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT-ED). She serves as the director of clinical care for the eating disorder partial hospital program and outpatient eating disorder specialty clinic at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian.

Biographical Info

Dr. Straebler obtained her doctoral degree in Psychiatry from the University of Oxford, UK and her MSN from Yale University. She is the recipient of both the Eating Disorder Summer Research Fellowship at the Eating Disorder Clinical and Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital/ Harvard University and the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy student scholarship. Prior to joining Weill Cornell/ NewYork Presbyterian she was a Senior Research Clinician at theCentre for Research on Eating Disorders at Oxford University. While at Oxford, she received highly specialized training in evidence-based treatments for eating disorders and was a contributing author of the cognitive behavioral therapy for eating disorders treatment manual. Her current research focuses on increasing access to treatment, improving training for therapists, and creating online versions of evidence-based treatments.

Honors and Awards

Well Cornell/ NewYork Presbyterian Nursing Excellence Advanced Practice Nursing Award

Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy student and early career scholarship

Brackenbury Award, University of Oxford

Clinical Expertise
Eating Disorders
  • Ph.D.
    Oxford University (United Kingdom)
  • M.S.N.
    Yale University
  • B.A.
    State University of New York at Albany
  • Research Associate in Psychiatry
    Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University

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