Grace Giedgowd, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
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Dr. Grace Giedgowd is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the UIC Department of Psychology Clinical Program. She received her bachelor’s degree at the University of Pittsburgh, and was awarded her PhD from the UIC Psychology Clinical Program. Dr. Giedgowd completed her clinical internship at the University of Wisconsin Department of Psychiatry. Her clinical interests include evidence-based assessment and intervention for a wide range of presenting concerns. In her psychotherapy practice, she utilizes second- and third-wave approaches including CBT, DBT, and mindfulness-based interventions, and collaborates with clients presenting with mood, anxiety, stressor-related, and personality disorders to enact positive change. In addition, her research interests have included the role of emotion regulation in cigarette smoking and vaping, aspects of social facilitation in alcohol use, and sex differences in substance use.
PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2018.