Mil Witt, Ph.D.
Dr. Mil Witt is a psychologist, the psychology practicum coordinator, and the interim assistant coordinator for psychology training at CAPS. She also serves on the CAPS training committee and provides training and clinical supervision to Masters and doctoral-level trainees. Originally from New York, Dr. Witt received her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from Hunter College and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the City University of New York. Dr. Witt's professional interests include working with anxiety, adjustment/life transitions, cultural identity, academic achievement, crisis intervention, spirituality, and behavioral health concerns. Passionate about working with students both individually and in groups, Dr. Witt uses an integrated approach to therapy, infusing multicultural, interpersonal, and cognitive-behavioral interventions into her work. She also enjoys incorporating therapeutic writing, creativity, and mindfulness meditation practices when working collaboratively with students. On campus, Dr. Witt is a Mindful UNC steering committee member and a member of the Carolina Black Caucus. She is also a Koru Mindfulness Certified teacher. Outside CAPS, Dr. Witt enjoys tennis, dancing, theater, and spending quality time with family and friends.