Warden named director of Behavioral Medicine for MWHS
Dr. Katherine Warden has been named director of Behavioral Medicine for the Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) and has privileges at St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC).
Prior to joining MVHS, Dr. Warden worked as a licensed psychologist at Hutchings Psychiatric Center in Syracuse and at the Central New York Psychiatric Center in Marcy. She has experience conducting psychological assessments, providing supervision and training to pre-doctoral internship students, providing general consultation for a treatment team and developing Behavioral Management plans.
Dr. Warden earned her doctorate in clinical forensic psychology and her master’s in forensic psychology at Alliant International University, California School of Forensic Studies in Fresno, Calif. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology at SUNY Cortland. Dr. Warden is a licensed psychologist and a Batterer’s Intervention Program facilitator, having completed training and domestic violence training.
Dr. Warden has made numerous presentations, performed research and served as an adjunct professor at SUNY Oswego. She is affiliated with the Central New York Psychological Association.
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