Dr. Horvath is the Associate Chair of the Clinical Psychology Program at Argosy University. She received her MS and PhD in Clinical Psychology from The University of Kentucky, with a focus on cognitive-behavioral treatments and clinical administration. She has specialized clinical training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) including completing her pre-doctoral fellowship in the DBT program at the Yale-New Haven Psychiatric Hospital. Dr. Horvath completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the University Counseling Service at New York University, where she specialized in the treatment of individuals with eating disorders. Her clinical areas of interest involve working in college mental health, working with adults with eating disorders or histories of trauma, and working from a DBT or mindfulness-based treatment approach. Her research interests include issues in romantic relationships, personality theory, therapy outcome research, and factors related to positive professional development of psychologists.