Jaqueline Miranda

Jaqueline Miranda, M.S.

Hi, I’m Jaqueline! I have both my Bachelor’s and Master’s in Psychology and am interested in Positive and Social Psychology. Specifically, I have worked on projects examining familial support and stressful experiences around discrimination with college students and how familial factors impact behavioral problems such as school refusal. Soon, I hope to obtain my Ph.D. in Social Psychology. I love to cook, do yoga, and travel in my free time.

Daniel Matchar, MSW

Hi – I’m Daniel. I am a licensed social worker and therapist. I developed an interest in psychology at an early age, which led to my decision to pursue a career in mental health. I received my master’s degree in social work from the University of Washington. I’ve spent my professional career in mental and behavioral health, having worked in a variety of settings from schools to community health agencies to hospitals. I love working with all ages and types of people, though particularly enjoy working with young folks. I combine my passion of writing with my research background and clinical knowledge to bring interesting and helpful psychology-related content to a broader audience.

Alyssa Roberts, B.S.

Hello! My name is Alyssa. I have been studying and working in the field of Psychology for many years. I earned my bachelor’s of science degree in psychology, with a minor in chemistry. I am  currently a graduate student in a Counseling and Psychological Services Master’s Program. I also intend to earn my doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, with a focus on psychophysiology and eating disorders. I have experience working in a group home setting, children’s day treatment, rehabilitation clinic, and in community mental health. I am passionate about providing psychoeducation and advocating for mental health. I am particularly interested in adolescent psychology and neuropsychology. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outside with my two labradoodles!

Niki Davis-Fainbloom M.A

I am a sex and relationship expert. I received my Master’s degree from NYU in psychology and studied sexuality at the Kinsey Institute. The goal of my work is to use scientific research, humor, and practical instruction to help folks develop the skills to have healthier and more satisfying romantic and sexual relationships. I have been featured in Mind Body Green, Cosmopolitan, and The Insider. I have also facilitated lectures about healthy sexuality at Planned Parenthood, New York University, and The United Nations.