Diana Antinoro Burke, Psy.D.
Dr. Diana Antinoro Burke is a licensed clinical psychologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She is the former Clinical Director of the University of Pennsylvania's Child & Adolescent OCD, Tic, Trich, and Anxiety Group (a.k.a. “COTTAGe”). She received her B.A. in psychology from New York University and her doctoral training in clinical psychology from Rutgers University.
Dr. Diana Antinoro Burke joined the CEH family in April of 2013, bringing her formidable expertise in working with those affected by anxiety and related disorders, utilizing evidence-based treatments. She has conducted individual, family, and group therapy, has consulted to schools, and has worked extensively with adults, children and families within these specialty populations. Her clinical and research interests include providing evidence-based therapy for children and adults with anxiety, OCD, Tic Disorders, and Trichotillomania.
Dr. Antinoro Burke has extensive clinical research experience had been an active member in the POTS study, as well as the Trichotillomania Research Project in the Department of Psychiatry at UPenn, investigating the use of exposure and response prevention with children, teens and adults, the use of prolonged exposure for teens with PTSD, as well as the use of habit reversal training for trichotillomania. She currently manages the clinic at COTTAGe, organizes the training programs for practicum students and community professionals, and is active in supervising students and postdoctoral fellows. Dr. Antinoro Burke has presented extensively at local and national organizations and conferences on OCD, anxiety, tics, trichotillomania and behavioral difficulties.
Diana Antinoro Burke, Psy.D. Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Diana Antinoro Burke