Dr. Henah Gupta is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Her clinical experience covers working with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults in a variety of treatment settings and at varying levels of care. She has received years of training, experience and leadership at the Renfrew Center, Citrus Healthcare, Child and Adolescent Trauma Clinics, The Children’s Psychiatric Center, Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami Children’s Hospital and North Broward Medical Center.

She received both her master’s and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. Her undergraduate education was completed at the University of Florida. She specialized in the Health Psychology Track during her graduate training. Her current areas of expertise include the treatment of eating disorders, trauma, substance abuse, mood disorders, and personality disorders.

Dr. Gupta has worked in a variety of clinical settings including hospitals, residential treatment, outpatient clinics, and day treatment programs. She brings many years of experience working with culturally diverse populations and subscribes to a multidisciplinary treatment approach to her patient well-being. Her work in research has resulted in an increased understanding in the treatment of trauma in children and adolescents. She holds a specialty level of education as a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (C.E.D.S.) and regularly participates in education events in this field. She is trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and is part of DBT consultation team.  She has received Intensive DBT training and provides adherent DBT services to those suited for this type of treatment. Dr. Gupta runs weekly DBT skills groups and Advanced DBT skills group. Dr. Henah Gupta is the current past president for the South Florida Chapter of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP). She served as President for multiple terms, as Vice-President and has participated in the National Board for IAEDP.

She holds professional membership to the American Psychological Association, The International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals and the National Eating Disorder Association.