Dipana Jain, M.A., is a doctoral intern at the Center for Well-Being Programs and Psychological Services. She provides individual and group therapy, outreach programs, consultation, and crisis management. Dipana is in her fifth year of the Clinical Psychology Psy.D. program at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology DC campus, where she completed her coursework and dissertation with a concentration in family systems. She has previously conducted therapy and assessment at Friendship Public Charter Schools and Capitol Hill Consortium for Counseling and Consultation. Her areas of clinical interest are anxiety, perfectionism, identity development of minoritized populations, and relationship conflict. She integrates family systems and cognitive behavioral approaches in her work, as well as a relational lens.