Linda Fama, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor and Clinical Psychology faculty member at the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Washington DC. Dr. Fama competed her predoctoral clinical internship at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Washington, DC where she obtained experience in conducting individual and group outpatient psychotherapy as well as in a wide variety of assessment techniques. Her primary clinical interests are in working with clients with posttrauamatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders as well as mood disorders. Dr. Fama completed a postdoctoral psychology residency at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, DC where she received specialized training in individual and group psychotherapy with diverse inpatient clinical populations (both civil and forensic inpatients) as well as specialized training in psychological assessment. Upon completion of her postdoctoral training in 2004, Dr. Fama obtained licensure in that state of Virginia and joined the faculty at Argosy University initially as an adjunct professor but has since progressed in rank to Associate Professor in the clinical psychology department. Dr. Fama continues to maintain a small private practice in addition to her teaching responsibilities.