Tina R. Goldstein, PhD serves as director of psychotherapy training in pediatric mood disorders and the National Institute for Mental Health-funded postdoctoral training program in child and adolescent mental health, co-director of the predoctoral clinical psychology internship program, and associate director of the Services for Teens at Risk (STAR) Center. Her clinical and research interests focus on understanding the etiology and treatment for youth with, and at-risk for, mood disorders and suicide. Dr. Goldstein’s work aims to develop improved prevention and intervention strategies informed by an enhanced understanding of the relationship between biological and psychosocial determinants of mood disorder and suicide. Her contributions to the field have been recognized with the Klerman Young Investigator Award from the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance and the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.
- Exhibit knowledge regarding risk factors, course and outcome in early-onset mood disorders and suicidality.
- Identify common aims and treatment targets of psychosocial treatment approaches for youth with and at-risk for mood disorders and suicidality.
- Describe recent research studies on manualized psychosocial approaches for youth with and at-risk for mood disorders and suicidality.
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