Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey & Pennsylvania



Welcome to my practice! I am a clinical psychologist and provide evidence-based treatment for problems including anxiety (and related disorders, such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and trichotillomania), depression and many other conditions, such as trauma and grief, substance abuse, adjustment difficulties or problems in interpersonal relationships. 

While I work with adults of all ages, I specialize in working with young adults (ages 18-28) and have worked in several college counseling centers, including Princeton University, where I completed my post-doctoral residency. 

Taking a holistic approach, I make sure that we focus not only on the symptoms, but on your overall wellbeing. I create a safe and warm environment, where we work as a team to help you live a full and meaningful life.  I offer a complimentary 15 minute consultation (phone or video) to help answer any questions that you may have, and to assess whether I can address you concerns. I look forward to hearing from you!



Diagnostic Evaluations

During the initial 1-2 sessions, I will provide a detailed diagnostic evaluation to help you understand your symptoms, and will discuss a treatment plan. We will review your current functioning, mental health history, as well as social and family factors that can be contributing to your distress. In addition to a clinical interview, I may ask you to fill out diagnostic questionnaires or with your permission, gather additional information from your family members or other healthcare professionals. 


Individual Therapy

Through weekly individual therapy, we can address: 

  • Depressed mood (e.g., sadness, isolation, loneliness, lack of motivation and focus)
  • Anxiety in social situations (e.g., public speaking, test taking, performance, socializing in groups)
  • Generalized worries about various aspects of life
  • Symptoms of panic
  • Obsessive thoughts or repetitive rituals (e.g., worries about germs, excessive handwashing)
  • Specific phobias (e.g., fear of flying, fear of blood and injections)
  • Hair pulling and skin picking
  • Substance use, addictive behaviors, and many other conditions.


Video therapy

In addition to in-person individual therapy, we can also meet via video sessions (through a secure, HIPAA compliant system that is easily accessible on your smart phone or computer). This may be helpful when you cannot attend a session due to illness, inclement weather, or are traveling.

Insurance and Fees

Princeton University Student Health Plan

I am a credentialed provider for students (and their dependents) who have Princeton University Student Health Plan. There is no referral needed, and the number of sessions is unlimited and flexible in frequency.

Out of Network Provider

I am an out-of-network provider with all other insurance plans. I will provide you with a detailed receipt for every session that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Prior to your appointment, please contact your insurance to find out the following:

  • If you have mental  health coverage 
  • If you have a  deductible and if it has been met
  • How much you will be  reimbursed if you pay out of network
  • If you need pre-approval  from your primary care physician


Payment is due at the time of service and can be made through cash, credit card or check. Princeton University Student Health Plan members (students and their dependents) have a $20 copay for each session. For out-of-network services, my rates are:

  • Diagnostic Interview Session (1st visit) - $210.00
  • Psychotherapy Session (45 minutes) - $ 170.00
  • Psychotherapy Session (60 minutes) - $ 190.00

Note that you can also pay for psychotherapy using your Flexible Spending Account. 


About Me

Dr. Lienna Wilson, clinical psychologist

I am a licensed psychologist in New Jersey (license # 6036) and Pennsylvania, and specialize in proving evidence-based treatment for a variety of conditions. Some of my approaches include cognitive-behavioral interventions (e.g., exposure and response prevention and habit reversal training), motivational interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and mindfulness techniques. 

I received my undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University followed by masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology at La Salle University. My post-doctoral residency was completed at Princeton University counseling center. As a well-versed clinical generalist, I have experience working in different levels of care (inpatient, partial hospital and outpatient programs) and in different settings, such as community mental health, residential treatment for addiction, college counseling and private practice. 

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Contact Information

I offer a complimentary 15 minute consultation (phone or video) to help answer any questions that you may have, and to assess whether I can address you concerns. Evening sessions are available. 


Phone: 609-669-0289

Psychology in Princeton


20 Nassau Street, Suite 232, Princeton, New Jersey 08542

(conveniently located across from the university)