Dr. Streich serves as the Director of Mental Health Services at Rutgers World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) Clinical Center of Excellence.  In this role, she manages and oversees the direct care and monitoring services to World Trade Center first responders. In addition, Dr. Streich also serves as the Clinical Training Director for doctoral level psychologists at both the pre- and post-doctoral level.

Dr. Streich proudly serves our Veterans within the tristate area and administers compensation and pension evaluations for those who have suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder, psychiatric and mood disorders, and, traumatic brain injuries.

Dr. Streich earned her M.A. degrees and Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies.  She completed her doctoral training in Clinical and Neuropsychology at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, New York University Medical Center in Manhattan. Subsequent to her clinical residency, Dr. Streich completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at a private practice in New York. 

Dr. Streich served in other leadership roles including the Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at a local university and taught undergraduate classes in Psychology. In addition, she managed the Outpatient Substance Abuse Programs for adults and adolescents at CarePoint Health in Hoboken.  Dr. Streich has done extensive work providing management on employee performance and behavior and executive coaching through her work in the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) at Hoboken University Medical Center (HUMC). During her doctoral training, Dr. Streich was appointed the position of World Trade Center Coordinator in Northern New Jersey and worked in this role for five years. During that time, she managed the September 11th project, Project Phoenix, funded by SAMHSA & FEMA.  Dr. Streich provided trainings in Crisis Management to emergency responders in Hudson County and outpatient services to the Northern Hudson County community.

Prior to becoming a Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Streich worked in the advertising business and her undergraduate degrees are in Advertising Communications (Associate of Applied Science) and Marketing Communications (Bachelor of Science). During that time, she worked for Mediavest, Media Planning & Buying Division of DMB&B, formerly known as Benton & Bowles. In that role, Dr. Streich directed the test marketing division for Procter & Gamble (P&G) and Burger King Corp.  Dr. Streich has several years of experience in the corporate world.

Clinical interests include trauma, post-traumatic stress disorders, anxiety and depression, affective disorders, substance related issues, relationship and interpersonal issues and disease management.  Dr. Streich is a board member of the Professional Advisory Board for the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York. She provides support groups to those who are afflicted by epilepsy.  Dr. Streich has been practicing trauma-informed therapy for over 20 years.

Dr. Streich is licensed in the states of New Jersey (#4852) and New York (#019068).  She also holds a Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact certification (PSYPACT) which is designed for licensed psychologists to facilitate the practice of telepsychology across state boundaries.