Dr. Hacker received her Doctorate of Philosophy in counseling psychology from Arizona State University in 2017. Prior to joining CeDAR, she completed pre- and post-doctoral fellowships in Forensic Addiction Medicine at Yale University. She has also worked with youth, adults, and families in residential, intensive outpatient, and standard outpatient settings. Dr. Hacker is particularly interested in the relationship between trauma and addiction and in employing concurrent treatment for these symptomologies. She compliments the multidisciplinary team at CeDAR by providing psychological testing for patients and offering clinical supervision to staff and trainees. Clinically Dr. Hacker employs a strengths-based approach, incorporating interpersonal, cognitive behavioral, and mindfulness-based interventions. She also has advanced training in EMDR.