|Dr. Hilit Kletter is a psychologist at the Stanford Early Life Stress and Pediatric Anxiety Program with specialization in childhood trauma. Dr. Kletter helped develop and oversees the training program for Stanford Cue-Centered Therapy, a treatment for youth with chronic trauma. She provides training and consultation to school staff and after school programs, community agencies, and youth organizations. In addition, Dr. Kletter supervises undergraduate and graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and medical students. Her research interests include risk and resiliency factors for childhood trauma and PTSD, and improvement of treatment and preventative interventions. Dr. Kletter received her BA in anthropology from the University of Washington and was a Koret Foundation Fellow while completing her PhD at Pacific Graduate School of Psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Child and Family Guidance Center in Northridge, CA and her post-doctoral fellowship at Kaiser Permanente Child Psychiatry in Milpitas, CA.|
childhood trauma, posttraumatic stress, risk and resilience factors, and trauma preventive/treatment interventions.