Nicole King is an incoming clinical extern. She is a rising fourth-year Psy.D student in school-community psychology at Hofstra University and earned her M.S. in spring 2021. Prior to graduate school, she graduated cum laude from Villanova University where she earned a B.A. in psychology and Spanish. Nicole has experience working in both school and clinical settings with children, adolescents, young adults, and parents. Nicole has experience in the evidence-based treatment of autism spectrum disorders, trauma, anxiety disorders, depressive and other mood disorders, behavioral disorders, learning disorders, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Nicole is currently working as a predoctoral intern at The Churchill School and Center, and is the Clinic Coordinator of the Diagnostic and Research Institute for Autism Spectrum Disorders at Hofstra University. Nicole’s other clinical experiences include working as a predoctoral therapist in the Child and Family Trauma Institute and the Psychological Evaluation Research and Counseling Clinic at Hofstra University. She has also trained as an intern school psychologist in a variety of elementary, middle, and high school settings. Within these school and clinical settings, Nicole has provided individual psychotherapy and counseling, created and led groups, provided consultation, and conducted neuropsychological assessments. Her doctoral research focuses on an evidenced-based, cognitive-behavioral treatment intervention for parents of children on the Autism Spectrum to decrease stress and increase parental competence and resilience.