Kayan Phoebe Wan, PsyD, is a psychologist at The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, a nationally renowned program for the comprehensive treatment of complex eating disorders. Prior to joining Sheppard Pratt, Dr. Wan served as a staff psychologist and coordinator for eating disorder services at Johns Hopkins University; prior to that, she served as a psychologist at University of Missouri – Columbia. She earned her PsyD in clinical and school psychology at James Madison University, and earned her MA in psychology at New York University.
Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Emily Program
Predoctoral Fellowship, Canvas Health
PsyD, Clinical Psychology and School Psychology, James Madison University
MA, Psychology, New York University
Tabit, M., Legault, L., Ma, W., & Wan, K. (2017). Can Prejudice be created through anti-prejudice pedagogy? In C.N. Shealy (Ed.), Making sense of beliefs and values. New York: Springer Publishing.
Wan, K. P., & Savina, E. (2015). Emotion Regulation Strategies in European American and Hong Kong Chinese Middle School Children. Contemporary School Psychology, 20(2), 152-159. doi:10.1007/s40688-015-0059-5