Dr. Huberman graduated from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  She was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, as well as to Alpha Omega Alpha, a medical honors society.  She completed her internship at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.  She then returned to Johns Hopkins for her psychiatric residency, after which she remained on faculty at Johns Hopkins, caring for patients within the University Mental Health system.  In 2010, she started a private practice.  In 2011, she transitioned to the volunteer faculty at Johns Hopkins, in which capacity she taught psychiatric residents about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and the paradoxical treatment of anxiety disorders.  In 2017, she joined the Johns Hopkins Psychiatry Department part-time staff and took charge of teaching and supervising third-year residents in the implementation of cognitive behavioral therapies for anxiety disorders.  She is an author on a study comparing the validity of two screening tools for delirium, and she is also an author on a textbook chapter about delirium.

In her private practice, Dr. Huberman specializes in helping adults who are struggling with anxiety.  She has a special interest in cognitive and behavioral therapies and has attended the International OCD Foundation’s Behavioral Therapy Training Institute, as well as numerous trainings in ACT, DBT, and compassion-based therapies.

She is a member of the International OCD Foundation, the Association of Contextual and Behavioral Sciences, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, and the Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies.  She regularly attends their conferences.