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Meet Our Clinicians

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Dr. Julia Martin Burch

Julia Martin Burch, PhD is a clinical child psychologist specializing in the cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety in children and adolescents. She completed her training at Fairleigh Dickinson University (Masters, Doctorate), Weill Cornell Medical Center (Externship), Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School (Internship), and McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School (Externship, Post-Doctoral Fellowship). Prior to founding Do What Works, she worked as a staff psychologist in the McLean Anxiety Mastery Program and as a trainer and consultant focused on disseminating evidence-based practices in schools with the McLean School Consult Service. She concurrently held an appointment as an Instructor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. 

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Jonah Kildon

Jonah Kildon is a 5th year doctoral student studying clinical psychology at William James College in Newton, MA. He has trained at McLean Hospital's OCD Institute and at the McLean Anxiety Mastery program, where he developed his expertise in treating OCD and anxiety in children and adults using evidence-based, scientifically supported therapy. He loves helping people of all ages overcome anxiety and avoidance to engage with the most important parts of their lives. In his free time, Jonah loves experimenting with new recipes and trying new restaurants.

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Looknoo Thammathorn

 Looknoo (she/her) is a 6th-year PhD student in Clinical Psychology at University of Massachusetts Boston (UMB). Her clinical focus has been providing evidence-based treatments for children, teens, transitional age youth, and caregivers at UMB’s Counseling Center, the SPARK Center at Boston Medical Center, McLean Anxiety Mastery Program, and the Center for Effective Therapy at the Baker Center. Looknoo utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure and response prevention, behavioral parent coaching, and organizational skills training. She is passionate about creating a therapeutic space that is sensitive to her client’s strengths, developmental stage, and identity. Outside of the therapy room, Looknoo enjoys recreating Thai dishes from childhood, watching movies, and taking care of her two cats.  

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Olivia Fitzpatrick

Olivia (she/her) is a 5th year PhD student at Harvard University. She has enjoyed working with kids, teens, caregivers, and families at McLean Hospital (e.g., McLean Anxiety Mastery Program, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Institute), Cambridge Health Alliance, Newton Neuropsychology Group, and The Baker Center for Children and Families. Olivia supports her clients with evidence-based treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure and response prevention therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy, and she hopes to cultivate a warm and empowering space in which her clients can build their favorite versions of their lives. Outside of work, Olivia loves being outside, dancing, making art projects, taking care of her plants, and spending time with her loved ones. 

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