OHSU

Sydney Ey, Ph.D.

Sydney Ey, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor,
OHSU Department of Medicine

Degree:
Ph.D
.

Education:
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
, University of Vermont
Predoctoral Internship, Judge Baker Children’s Center and Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA
B.A. in Psychology,
Yale University

Activities:
Clinical
Education
Administration

Biography:
Dr. Ey has a longstanding interest in promoting resiliency (the ability to “bounce back” from stress and adversity) in youth and adults. Using cognitive-behavioral interventions and positive psychotherapy strategies, she works with individual children, adolescents and adults to develop more optimistic attitudes and powerful coping strategies to overcome challenges and have more satisfying lives at work and home. Dr. Ey has a particular interest in anxiety and perfectionism and uses graduated exposure and exposure/response prevention for treatment of anxiety disorders in youth and adults. Dr. Ey also is involved in coaching and counseling to promote emotional well-being and career satisfaction in physicians-in-training through the OHSU Resident and Faculty Wellness Program.

Preferred Method of Contact:
e-mail eys@ohsu.edu
or 503-913-5236 (private practice phone)

Who should patients contact to schedule/inquire about appointments?
503-913-5236

Current Extramurally Funded Research:
N.A

Links to research/website page:
www.ohsu.edu/resident-wellness
www.sydneyey.org (private practice)

Keywords:
Children
Adults
Adolescents
Psychotherapy – CBT
OHSU Psychologist