Annie McCall, MA, LMHCAnnie McCall, M.A., L.M.H.C. is the co-founder of Youth and Family DBT of Seattle, which has been providing DBT skills training to teenagers and their parents since 2006. Annie began her career as a high school teacher before going on to complete a Master’s degree in psychology from New York University in 2000. She was introduced to DBT treatment in the eating disorders day treatment program at North Shore University Hospital and moved to Seattle to further her training with Marsha Linehan, Ph.D. Since 2005, Annie has worked with Dr. Linehan as a skills trainer, individual therapist, clinical supervisor, and clinic coordinator. As part of her private practice, Annie provides individual DBT treatment to adolescents and adults as well as skills training and parent coaching. She has also been intensively trained in Prolonged Exposure by treatment developer Edna Foa, Ph.D., and treats post-traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders in her private practice. Annie’s clinical experience includes outpatient and community mental health settings, as well as crisis intervention services. Annie is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Washington Psychology department, and a member of the Mapleleaf consultation team. She has been a trainer for Behavioral Tech since 2008.