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Ariella Gould
Ariella Gould
Psychology Intern

Pronouns: She/Her

Ariella Gould, M.A., is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the Wright Institute in Berkeley. Ariella completed a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Applied Psychology at UC Santa Barbara. During her clinical training, Ariella has practiced 
individual and couples therapy at Woodside High School, The Wright Institute Clinic, Holy Names University CAPS, and UC Berkeley CAPS, and administered psychological assessment to adults and adolescents at Fremont Hospital. She also has experience as a Clinical Recruiter, working with large and small mental health tech companies based out of the Bay Area. As a therapist, Ariella uses psychodynamic, relational, attachment, and solutions-focused approaches to treatment. Her clinical interests include attachment, relational difficulties, trauma, and identity formation. Her doctoral dissertation is based on individuals' lived experience of online dating from an attachment lens. She approaches her patients with curiosity, warmth, and collaboration, always considering their entire social and cultural contexts and how they play into each individual's psychology in their own  nuanced and unique way.

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