Dr. Chernyk practices in individual, couples, family and small group formats. In addition to her writing and research on eating disorders and sexual orientation, Dr. Chernyk has presented a multitude of clinical and organizational seminars and has served as a behavioral health consultant and peer reviewer for regional and national health insurance plans. She is listed in the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. She conducts critical incident stress management (CISM) and provides consultation services to non-profit and for-profit organizations. She is dedicated to providing compassionate, culturally competent, and individualized care to all of her patients and clients. Her approach to psychotherapy is evidence-based and relies heavily upon the principles of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). She is pragmatic, direct and enjoys a reputation for being able to ask tough questions and confront difficult issues.