Dr. Landis received her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Loyola College In Maryland. She completed her APA accredited internship at the Penn State University - Counseling & Psychological Services in State College, PA. and her postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Delaware - Center for Counseling & Student Development in Newark, DE. Dr. Landis also received her Masters degree in Psychology from Loyola College in Maryland and her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Spanish from Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, PA. Her primary clinical areas of interests include: interpersonal and relationship issues, multicultural counseling, identity issues, adjustment/life transition issues, eating disorders, trauma, and supervision of trainees. Dr. Landis utilizes a collaborative and brief therapy model approach to psychotherapy. Her theoretical orientation incorporates psychodynamic psychotherapy, multicultural counseling and interpersonal process.