Chantal Gil, Psy.D. is a postdoctoral clinical associate at the Duke Center for Eating Disorders. Her clinical interests include eating concerns and college students and the intergenerational effects of trauma and disordered eating. Her theoretical orientation is relational in nature with cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and the Harm Reduction Model as tools in her toolbox. For her APA doctoral internship, Chantal interned at NC State University’s Counseling Center with eating concerns as her area of focus. In terms of education, Chantal graduated from William James College with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2018, Boston University School of Medicine with a Masters in Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine in 2013, and Sarah Lawrence College with a Bachelors in 2010. Her dissertation research was defended in July 2017 and explored eating attitudes and behaviors of grandchildren of Holocaust survivors. When she isn’t doing clinical work, Chantal enjoys spending quality time with her husband and her miniature schnauzer.