Dr. Herzog received her B.A. in Psychology from Connecticut College in 1984. She attended Lesley University and earned her Masters degree in Counseling Psychology in 1987. After working for several years in th field of community mental health, she returned to graduate school and received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Antioch New England Graduate School in 1997. She has been a licensed psychologist since 1999.

Dr. Herzog’s clinical focus encompasses treating problems related to mood, anxiety, attachment, and trauma. Although originally trained to work with children, she currently sees primarily adults in individual and couples psychotherapy. She has training and special interest in clinical hypnosis and was a member of the New England Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Over the past few years, Dr. Herzog has also been focussing on the specialty of couples therapy and marriage counseling. Her clinical approach is optimistic, integrative, and strength-based drawing from cognitive-behavioral techniques, psychodynamic theory, and existential psychotherapy.

In addition to these clinical areas of expertise, Dr. Herzog is a trained forensic psychologist. She worked for nine years as a designated forensic psychologist at both Bridgewater State Hospital and Department of Mental Health (DMH) facilities. She is currently designated as a forensic professional and forensic mental health supervisor by DMH, and provides forensic evaluations and consultations to attorneys in Massachusetts.