Rachel Guetta is a 2nd year Duke Clinical Psychology doctoral student. She completed her BA at Wesleyan University, where she researched auditory perception and cross-modal associations between sound and taste. She then worked for two years at the National Center for PTSD at the Boston VA, where she developed an interest in comorbidity patterns between emotional dysregulation and multi-sensory reactivity. Rachel is interested in research at the intersection of emotional functioning and sensory processing. She is working to develop and validate a semi-structured clinical interview to investigate the etiology and maintenance of Misophonia in an effort to identify transdiagnostic intervention targets for this sound-intolerance condition and related emotional disorders.
Educating and training at the intersection of science and treatment.