Vicky Mesrie, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Center City, Philadelphia.
Dr. Mesrie has extensive training and expertise in the practice of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and in the assessment and treatment of trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety, chronic shame and guilt, perfectionism, and obsessions and compulsions. Dr. Mesrie has worked in a variety of settings, which include outpatient mental health clinics and acute and long-term inpatient hospitals, providing psychotherapy and assessment services to individuals across the lifespan, from diverse backgrounds, and of varying levels of functioning. Her modalities of treatment include individual, couples, group, and play therapy.
In addition to her work with clients, Dr. Mesrie is passionate about teaching and supervising therapists and therapists-in-training. She currently serves as Adjunct Professor in New York University’s Department of Applied Psychology where she teaches courses in individual psychotherapy and group dynamics. Dr. Mesrie also offers clinical supervision and consultation to help clinicians deepen their understanding and applications of theory to their clinical work. She considers the supervisory relationship to be of utmost importance to a clinician’s development, and thus, her research focuses on the applications of attachment and psychodynamic theories in the supervisory relationship.