Matthew Beck, B.S. is a second year doctoral student at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology where he focuses in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for children and adolescents as well as School Psychology. Matt strives to teach children and teens concrete and accessible anxiety management skills and helps them in gradually overcoming their fears. Having worked with children in both inpatient settings such as Hoboken University Medical Center as well as outpatient settings such as Child Guidance Resource Center, Matt has years of experience helping children learn to overcome their fears. Additionally, Matt has several years experience working with children in non-clinical settings such as summer camp. He works well with children with all learning styles including those who are gifted, twice exceptional and those with specific learning differences.
Matt is compassionate, collaborative and enthusiastic about supporting children in confronting the challenges in their lives. He focuses on identifying an individual’s values and their strengths in order to enhance treatment. In his spare time, Matt enjoys watching movies and spends time outdoors running and hiking.