Dr. Baker completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in anxiety disorders from Louisiana State University and completed a clinical internship at the University of Mississippi Medical Center/Sonny Montgomery VA. She received training during both her doctoral work and internship in evidence-based child/adolescent assessment and treatment, as well as evidence-based treatment of adult anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders in both individual and group formats. After her internship, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine specializing in behavioral medicine and chronic illness management. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Clemson University. Clinically, Dr. Baker specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders in both children and adults as well as comorbid health and mental health issues (eg, diabetes management, fertility, prenatal and postpartum mental health, health anxiety). Dr. Baker uses evidence-based interventions including cognitive behavioral therapy which includes exposure based treatments (eg, prolonged exposure "PE", exposure with response prevention "ERP"), acceptance and commitment therapy "ACT" and acceptance-based behavioral therapy "ABBT", and motivational interviewing.

Anna Baker, Ph.D.