Dr. Elizabeth Didie is a psychologist in private practice in Providence, RI. Her College Hill office is centrally located to local universities, and she works with many members of the Brown and RISD communities.
Dr. Didie's practice focuses on evidence-based treatment for body dysmorphic disorder, eating disorders including bulimia and binge eating disorder, OCD, and other anxiety disorders. She also enjoys working with student athletes, and has a deep appreciation for the challenge of performing under intense mental and physical pressures. Dr. Didie's treatment orientation is rooted in skills-based modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, in order to provide her clients longterm relief from preoccupying negative thoughts and behaviors in a short course of treatment.
Dr. Didie received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Drexel University and completed her internship and clinical fellowship at Northwestern University Medical School. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Brown University, and the recipient of numerous honors for her research, teaching, and clinical skill.