Sarah Coe-Odess, PhD is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in psychology with the Center for OCD and Related Disorders (CORD). She completed her undergraduate degree at Swarthmore College, her doctorate degree in clinical psychology at the University of Virginia, and her doctoral internship at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School. During graduate school, Sarah received training in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) in a variety of settings, including the University of Virginia’s Family Stress Clinic, the Mary Ainsworth Clinic, and the University of Virginia’s Counseling and Psychological Services for undergraduate and graduate students. Clinically, she is interested in differential diagnoses and transdiagnostic treatment of OCD and anxiety disorders. Her research aims to assess ways that evidence-based psychotherapists can implement treatments more effectively.