Naomi Dambreville, MA conducts clinical assessments & supervision on research projects as part of the TREND Partnership and at the Research on Addiction Disorders (ROAD) Lab at City College of New York. As a Scholar in the Translational Research Training in Addictions for Racial/Ethnic Minorities at City College and Columbia University Medical Center (TRACC) Program, she is assessing the relationship between marijuana and rejection sensitivity using ecological momentary assessment at the Social Neuroscience and Psychopathology (SNAP) Lab. In addition, she is currently a Clinical Psychology doctoral student at The Graduate Center, CUNY and conducts psychotherapy at The Psychological Center at City College. Her research interests include: trauma in children and adolescents, attachment frameworks in borderline personality disorder, and the comorbidity between substance use and psychopathology. She received her B.A. from Brooklyn College, CUNY and M.A. from New York University.