Aileen Peters is a doctoral psychology intern at the Brattleboro Retreat, and a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology from William James College.
Aileen Peters, MA, is a Doctoral Psychology Intern at the Brattleboro Retreat, and a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology at William James College where she received a Masters of Arts in Professional Psychology.
She received a BA from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and an MBA from Suffolk University.
Aileen has trained in diverse settings including Elder Services of Merrimack Valley, Copernican Clinical Solutions, North Shore Counseling Center, Edith Norse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, and Neponset Valley Neuropsychology. Her training has provided her with a depth of experience working with a wide range of psychiatric presentation with a diverse population.
Aileen is a person-center clinician and approaches cases from a biopsychosocial perspective. She is a recipient of the William James Portfolio Award, William James Social Justice Award, and a community Citizens Who Care Award. Her research interests include hope and resilience amidst isolation and loneliness.