Training & Education

Dr. Haile is a licensed clinical psychologist (PSY 22672) and holds a doctorate and master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the PGSP-StanfordConsortium.  Over the past few years, Dr. Haile has also served on the adjunct clinical faculty at Palo Alto University, where she supervised psychology graduate students who are learning psychotherapy, and she has conducted clinical research at the National Center for PTSD, the Center for Health Care Evaluation, and the VA Palo Alto Health Care System. 

She completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California – San Francisco.  She has specialized training in the assessment and treatment of trauma from the UCSF-SFGH Trauma Recovery Center, the National Center for PTSD, Gwinnett Sexual Assault Center, and the DeKalb Rape Crisis Center.  She has worked with hundreds of individuals surviving various types of traumatic experiences, such as sexual assault, physical assault, childhood physical and sexual abuse, domestic violence, gunshot wounds and stabbings, armed robbery, military combat, and traumatic loss due to sudden death.
Dr. Haile has held several clinical research positions at Stanford University, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, including research examining cognitive therapy for depression, interpersonal factors in cognitive-behavioral therapy for bulimia, pharmacotherapy for individuals with psychosis, and an online treatment intervention for young adults at risk for eating disorders. 

Dr. Haile completed a one year predoctoral training program working focused on treating addictions and serious mental illness at San Mateo County, Behavioral Health and Recovery Services and a one year predoctoral training program working with children, adolescents, families, and couples at the Community Counseling and Education Center.  She completed an intensive training program for the treatment of OCD with the International OCDFoundation.

Professional memberships:  California Board of Psychology, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, Northern California Cognitive Behavior Therapy Network.