Zeynep Sen

Clinical Assistant Professor

Stanford University

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Professional Bio

Dr. Zeynep Sen is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford School of Medicine. She was born in Turkey and moved to the United States when she was 12 years old. She received her Doctorate from University of Hartford and completed her Pre-Doctoral Internship at Pilgrim Psychiatric Center in New York. She is interested and involved in research and innovation within the realm of inpatient psychiatry. She works full time at Stanford Hospital's inpatient psychiatry units providing psychological services to a diverse patient population. She also sees patients for individual psychotherapy through the various Stanford outpatient clinics. With a Psy.D. in Clinical psychology and a specialization in providing evidenced based interventions/psychological assessments to folks with serious mental illness, Dr. Sen also has a profound commitment to integrating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) principles into therapeutic practices to create an inclusive space for individuals from all backgrounds. Dr. Sen has a significant focus on cultural competence as it relates to providing psychological care for folks with severe and persistent mental health challenges. With a decade of experience, she has actively engaged in the realms of mental health and diversity, contributing significantly not only in her pre-graduate school endeavors but also through training and subsequent activities.


Parent: Stanford University


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Binghamton University 2012

B.A. in Psychology

University of Hartford 2017

M.A. in Clinical Psychology

University of Hartford 2020

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology

Interest Group

Collaborative-Therapeutic Assessment