Faculty

Clinical and Research Leaders in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

The field of child and adolescent psychiatry has seen tremendous growth recently in areas of epidemiology, diagnosis, neurobiology, treatment and health services research. The Department of Psychiatry at CHA is particularly committed to advancing the scientific knowledge base regarding the mental health of children living in culturally diverse community settings, and in training mental health professionals in clinical excellence, research investigation and academic writing for the promotion of this knowledge. Cambridge Health Alliance is a health care system with strong clinical, academic and research programs and diverse faculty interests. The training program and the faculty are committed to providing top educational opportunities for our Fellows within the Cambridge Health Alliance, as well as at affiliated Harvard teaching hospitals.

Nicholas Carson, MD, FRCPCInstructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Medical Director, Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry ServicesClinical Research Associate, Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research

Nicholas Carson, MD, FRCPC

Dr. Carson is a graduate of the child psychiatry fellowship at Cambridge Health Alliance and completed residency training in psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania in the Clinical Research Scholars Program. His research in mental health services for multicultural communities has explored the quality and social determinants of mental health treatment among Haitian youth at CHA. He is co-investigator on several major NIH-funded grants at the Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research on topics of patient provider communication, mechanisms of health care disparities, and intervention research to improve patient participation in treatment. Dr. Carson also studies the effects of mass media and technology on the mental health and development of youth, including an on-going, trainee-initiated survey of media use among inpatients on the adolescent unit at the Cambridge Hospital.

He also serves on the Media Committee of the American Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Carson teaches the summer Scholarly Activities seminar for first-year fellows, co-leads the Clinical Scholarship (Journal Club) seminar for first and second-year fellows, precepts the second year psychopharmacology clinic, and is a Team Leader on the Friday Evaluation Team. He was the Associate Training Director of the Child Psychiatry Fellowship Program from in July 2013-June 2016 before assuming the role of Medical Director for .the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry Services in July of 2016.

James Barrett, Ph.D.Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Director of School-Based Programs, Division of Child/Adolescent PsychiatryClinical Coordinator of the Cambridge Safety Net Collaborative

James Barrett, Ph.D.

Dr. Barrett is a graduate of the child psychology internship and fellowship at the Cambridge Health Alliance and completed his doctoral training at Boston College. He is the clinical coordinator of the Safety Net Collaborative in partnership with the Cambridge Police Department’s Youth and Family Services Unit, Cambridge Human Services and Cambridge Public Schools. Dr. Barrett is the author and developer of the Fight Navigator curriculum under the Eleanor and Miles Shore Fellowship from the Harvard Medical School to address retaliatory violence in youth. Dr. Barrett’s research interests are in juvenile justice, preventing retaliatory youth violence, juvenile risk assessment and police-mental health partnerships.

Dr. Barrett is the Director of School-Based Programs in psychiatry at CHA and is the rotation supervisor for school consultation for the 2nd year child psychiatry fellows. He is also the elective supervisor for fellows who have an interest in juvenile justice and risk assessment through the Cambridge Safety Net Collaborative.

Benjamin Cook, Ph.D., M.P.H.Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Director, Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research and Health Equity Research Lab

Benjamin Cook, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Dr. Cook holds a Ph.D. in Health Policy from Harvard University and is a health services researcher focused on reducing and understanding underlying mechanisms of racial/ethnic disparities in health and mental health care. He has been principal investigator on several major R01 grants from the NIMH and AHRQ investigating mechanisms underlying disparities in episodes of mental health care, a R01 Supplement developing state by state report cards on mental health care disparities, and a Milton Foundation grant supporting research on tobacco use and mental health. His methodological work focuses on improving statistical methods for the measurement and tracking of healthcare disparities, and he has received awards from NIMH and Academy Health for this work. His other research interests include improving mental health of immigrant populations, comparative effectiveness research and its influence on healthcare disparities, substance abuse treatment disparities, and healthcare equity. Dr. Cook assists with the Scholarly Activities seminar for first-year fellows and provides mentorship on research methods and analysis to fellows and faculty interested in pursuing quantitative research studies.

Katherine E. Grimes, MD, MPHAssociate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Director, Children’s Health Initiative, Cambridge Health Alliance

Katherine E. Grimes, MD, MPH

Dr. Grimes is the Director of the Children's Health Initiative, a health services research group focused on improving mental health access and treatment quality for children and adolescents, particularly those at greatest risk for health disparities. Along with her clinical experience, she received an MPH from HSPH and was a Faculty Research Fellow in children's mental health policy at the Kennedy School of Government. She was recently the PI for "Making Health Care Affordable, Preserving Access and Improving Value"; a grant from the BCBS Foundation designed to assist Massachusetts by piloting health care transformation initiatives. Additionally, she was the CHA site PI for a multi-site investigation regarding improving patterns of use for psychotropic medications in children (the “AACAP Toolbox” study). Her previous work as founder and Director of the Mental Health Services Program for Youth (MHSPY), a demonstration project for impoverished, high-need families, provided an opportunity to assess the impact of intentionally organized, community-based, integrated care on health and mental health outcomes for children. Her latest activities involve designing feasible ways to measure delivery system quality, with an emphasis on promoting interventions that result in improved cost-effectiveness at a community or population level.

Xenia Johnson-Bhembe, MD Assistant Professor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School Director of Community Minority Affairs

Xenia Johnson-Bhembe, MD

Dr. Johnson completed a General Psychiatry residency at the Medical University of South Carolina and her child training at The Cambridge Hospital. Upon completing her child training in 2000, she worked as a staff psychiatrist on the Child Assessment Unit. Dr. Johnson was the Associate Director of Training for the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Training Program until 2004, and she currently works as a consultant to the Cambridge and Malden Public School systems. In addition, she has worked as a community child psychiatrist for underserved populations in Massachusetts. Dr. Johnson’s interests led her to create a biracial girls group focusing on the challenges facing teenage girls around identity formation. Her other interests include consulting to community organizations and exploring the issues around diagnosing children with both medical and psychiatric disorders.

Deborah Kulick, MDInstructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical SchoolMedical Director of School-Based Programs, Division of Child/Adolescent Psychiatry

Dr. Kulick graduated from Cornell University and went on to obtain her Masters in Social Work degree from SUNY Buffalo, and her MD degree from SUNY Buffalo. She completed an adult psychiatry residency at the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program, and trained in child and adolescent psychiatry at the Cambridge Health Alliance. Her academic interests include outpatient consultation-liaison, domestic violence, homelessness, and school-based treatment. She is the rotation supervisor for 1st year child psychiatry fellows rotating through the Outpatient Pediatrics Consultation/Liaison rotation at MIT Health Services, and is the Medical Director for School-Based Programs in psychiatry at CHA. She divides her time between working at CHA school based health centers, consulting to public schools, and her private practice.

Karlen Lyons-Ruth, PhDProfessor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School

Karlen Lyons-Ruth, PhD

Dr. Lyons-Ruth’s work has focused on the assessment of attachment relationships in high- risk environments over the infancy, childhood, and adolescent periods and has been supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the Smith-Richardson Foundation, the Borderline Foundation, the Mailman Foundation, and the Commonwealth Fund. Several attachment-focused assessments developed in her lab are now being disseminated internationally, including the AMBIANCE scales for atypical parent-infant interaction. She is the author of more than 90 research articles and book chapters on infant development, maternal depression, the early attachment relationship, and, more recently, the interplay between genetic and environmental factors in young adult psychopathology. Under current NIH funding, her group is developing tools for assessing attachment relationships at risk in adolescence and evaluating their interplay with traumatic experiences and genetic factors in contributing to young adult depression, suicidality, and borderline psychopathology. In collaboration with McLean neuroscientists Diego Pizzagalli and Martin Teicher, studies are also assessing the effects of early adversity on neurobiological structure and function in young adulthood.

Nancy Rappaport, MDAssociate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Nancy Rappaport, MD

Nancy Rappaport, MD, completed her General Psychiatry Training at the Massachusetts General Hospital and her Child & Adolescent training at the Cambridge Hospital. Her particular passion is training child psychiatrists to provide support to students and teachers. Particular research interests are in community based participatory research (with schools), understanding and providing safety assessments of aggressive students, refining CBT for traumatized adolescents, and writing creatively (having published a memoir, In Her Wake: A Child Psychiatrist Explores the Mystery of Her Mother’s Suicide, in September 2009). Her most recent book is The Behavior Code – A Practice Guide to Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Students, written with Jessica Minahan. Dr. Rappaport received the prestigious Art of Healing award from the Cambridge Health Alliance Foundation in 2013. She was the long-time Director of School-based Mental Health Programs, and will continue to teach the fellows in school-based child mental health work.

Debra S. Rosenblum, MDAssistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

Debra S. Rosenblum, MD

Debra S. Rosenblum, MD completed her General Psychiatry training and her Child and Adolescent Fellowship at the Cambridge Health Alliance. She recently serveds as the Medical Director of the Outpatient Department in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and continues to precept the Second Year Fellows Psychopharmacology Clinic. She is initiating an effort to develop a Neurodevelopmental Service for children and adults at CHA. She has extensive expertise in outpatient psychopharmacology management and a particular interest in children’s’ relationship to popular culture and has published on this topic. She has also served on the Media Committee of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Jacob Venter, MD, CPEInstructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical SchoolChief, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Dr. Venter hails from South Africa and completed his Child and Adolescent Psychiatry training at CHA and a child and adolescent neuropsychiatry research fellowship at Harvard Medical School. He has held a number of positions at CHA including Director of Intensive Services. His clinical interests include autism, trauma, early-onset psychosis and mitochondrial disorders. Most recently he has served as Division Chief of Psychiatry at Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Arizona. He obtained his certification as a physician executive in 2013.

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Teaching Faculty

Ayelet Barkai, MD
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Adolescent Development; Gender Identity and Sexuality Development; Attachment; Psychoanalysis.

Elizabeth Freidin Baumann, PhD
Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Areas of interest: Psychotherapy from an attachment and family systems perspective, play therapy, neuropsychology, learning disabilities.

James Barrett, PhD
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Director of School-based Mental Health Programs
Academic Interests: Juvenile justice, police and mental health, at-risk boys and violence prevention.

Carol Becker, PhD
Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. Seminar leader, family therapy.
Academic Interests: Family therapy.

Sarah Birss, MD

Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests:   Early emotional development, parent-infant psychotherapy, integration of attachment and psychoanalytic theories, psychoanalytic treatment.

Elizabeth Brenner, LICSW
Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. Seminar leader, family therapy.

Gloria Carrera, MD
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School;
Academic Interests: Inpatient psychiatry, multicultural psychiatry.

Nicholas Carson, MD, FRCPC
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Mental health service disparities, shared decision-making, clinical scholarship during training, treatment quality, youth engagement with media and technology.

Peter Chubinsky, MD
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Integrating psychopharmacological and psychotherapy treatments in children and adolescents; psychoanalytic psychotherapy of children and adolescents; psychotherapeutic implications of infancy research.

Allison Clark, LCSW
Program Director, Community Service Agency, Cambridge Youth Guidance Center (Riverside Community Care)

Don Condie, MD
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Areas of interest: medical director roles, risk management, quality improvement.

Benjamin Cook, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Statistical methods for the measurement and tracking of healthcare disparities.

Fred Crow, MD
Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: early psychosis, inpatient psychiatry, adolescent mental health

Sandra M. DeJong, MD, MSc
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Early-onset psychosis, professionalism and the Internet, psychiatric education.

Timothy Dugan, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Suicide prevention; development of resilience, psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Ann R. Epstein, MD
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Areas of interest: Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy, Infant Development, Parent-Infant Psychotherapy.

Lois Flaherty, MD
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Areas of interest: community child psychiatry, adolescence, and clinical scholarship.

Laura Gaugh, PsyD
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Neuropsychological testing, developmental disorders.

Eric Goepfert, MD
Director, Child and Adolescent Consultation-Liaison Service, Tufts Medical Center
Areas of interest: consult and liaision psychiatry, school consultation, family assessment and treatment, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, autistic spectrum disorders

Joel Goldstein, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor. Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Inpatient care patterns and improvements for children and adolescents; community and family-based interventions in child
and adolescent psychiatry; fire-setting behaviors in children and adolescents. Systems of Care in Children's' Mental Health Services

Katherine E. Grimes, MD, MPH
Associate Clinical Professor, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Public-sector child psychiatry, health-care service delivery, integrating pediatrics and primary care.

Sanjay Gulati, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Clinical work with deaf children, adolescents, and families conducted in American Sign Language; teaching; the effects of
late language exposure on the behavior of deaf children.

John Hamilton, MD, MSc
Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic interests: evidence-based psychiatry, practice parameters, prevention, psychiatric research and quality improvement in HMO settings.

Jill Elka Harkaway, EdD
Assistant Professor in Psychology, Part-Time, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Family therapy; couples therapy; systems consultation.

Jennifer Harris, MD
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: College mental health, parent guidance, psychodynamic therapy, and mood dysregulation in children.

Dianna LeSanto, LICSW
Social Work Manager of Inpatient Psychiatry Units, Cambridge Health Alliance
Areas of interest: inpatient mental health treatment, dialectical group therapy in adolescent inpatient settings.

Treniece Lewis Harris, PhD
Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Director of Child Psychology Outpatient Training
Director of the African American Latino/a, Asian, Native American (ALANA) HMS/Mentoring Program
Academic Interests: Adolescent mental health and multicultural issues in psychotherapy.

Alexandra Harrison, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Evaluation and treatment of young children and their families, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, theory of therapeutic action, videotape microanalysis for use in research, clinical work, and teaching.

Fida Hassan, MD, MPH
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Inpatient psychiatry, Autism spectrum disorders

Barbara Hauser, LICSW
Lecturer on Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Effects of divorce on children; parental conflict; clinical roles and interventions within legal settings.

Jeanne Heiple, MD, PhD
Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Child psychiatry consultation in the preschool setting; early childhood development.

Ann Hess, MD, PhD
Assistant Clinical Professor, Yale Child Study Center; Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic interest: interface with parents during child/adolescent psychotherapy.

Xenia Johnson-Bhembe, MD
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Public Health Psychiatry; School and System Consultations; Disparities of Care in Pediatric Psychiatry.

Neal Kass, MD
Teaching Associate, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Integration of Therapeutics: Neuropsychiatric, Family, Psychodynamic, Psychoanalytic.

Janice Kauffman RN, MPH
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Areas of interest: adolescent substance abuse, opioid dependence, dual diagnosis, pain and addiction.

Kathy Kelts, LICSW
Early Intervention Group Leader and Coordinator, The Guidance Center

Deborah Kulick MD
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Outpatient consultation-liaison, Domestic violence, homelessness, school-based treatment.

Karen Levine, PhD
Clinical Instructor in Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Diagnosis, emotional development and behavioral challenges of children with Developmental Disabilities. School consultation regarding children with Developmental Disabilities and/or autism related issues.

Karlen Lyons-Ruth, PhD
Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Trauma and social stressors on parent-child relationships over time and the effects of attachment-oriented parenting supports in therapeutic interventions.

Lauren Marchette, PhD
Clinical Instructor in Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: cognitive behavioral therapy, psychotherapy research

Kimberly Martin-Conley , M.Ed, LMFT
Vice President of Child and Family Services at Riverside Community Care
Areas of interest: family therapy, trauma/sexual assault, domestic violence, and autistic spectrum disorders, critical response teams, program development.

Amy Mayhew, MD, MPH
Instructor in Psychiatry, Part-Time, Harvard Medical School
Areas of interest: community mental health, acute psychiatric services, family therapy.

Cynthia Mittelmeier, PhD
Clinical Instructor in Psychology. Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Family therapy, couples therapy, trauma and EMDR.

Theodore Murray, MD
Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Areas of interest: emergency and inpatient psychiatry, administrative psychiatry, quality improvement, dialectical behavior therapy.

Ann Neumeyer, MD
Assistant Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Academic interests: Autism spectrum disorders, pediatric neurology, neuromuscular disorders of children.

Christopher Pagano, PhD
Instructor in Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Training. Play Therapy. Trauma and neglect. Psychological Testing.

Mathilde Pelaprat, PsyD
Director, Adolescent Consultation Services, Middlesex County Juvenile Court

Ava Bry Penman, MS
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: psychoanalytically informed psychotherapy of children and adolescents and their parents/families; consultation to teachers and schools, especially of very young children; college mental health issues.

William Pollack, PhD
Assistant Clinical Professor (Psychology), Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: boy's development/ education and men's roles, school safety, gender studies, psychoanalytic psychotherapy and professional issues in the practice of psychology.

Adele Pressman, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Group psychotherapy for children and adolescents, working with parents in groups, early childhood development, adolescent transitions.

Malak Rafla, MD
Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests:  Inpatient psychiatry, psychoparmacology.

Nancy Rappaport, MD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Academic Interests: School consultation, aggression and safety assessment in students, clinical and memoir writing.

Laurie Raymond, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic interests: college advising, psychoanalysis, cognitive behavioral psychotherapy.

Lee Robinson, MD
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: neurodevelopmental disorders, integrated mental health care

Adam Rosen, JD, PhD
Clinical Instructor in Psychology, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Modes of empathic communication in psychotherapy; therapist practices regarding communication with parents in families of divorce.

Debra S. Rosenblum, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Psychopharmacology, popular culture; pervasive development disorders; obsessive-compulsive disorders.

John Sargent, MD
Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Tufts University School of Medicine
Academic Interests: Family Therapy, Trauma treatment, Pediatric consultation liaison psychiatry.

Maria Sauzier, MD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Responses to traumatizing childhood events, coordination and leadership of Harvard Consolidated Program in child psychiatry.

Stephanie Smith, MA, MSW
Lecturer in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Child, adolescent and adult psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.

Jeanne Strassburger, PhD
Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Cognitive-behavioral therapy in children and adolescents, integrative psychotherapy and skills building group therapy with children.

Nandini Talwar, MD
Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered youth; integration of mental health services with pediatric practices; major mental illness in children and adolescents.

Cynthia J. Telingator, MD
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Gender and sexuality, alternative and contemporary families, preventive
community care, trauma, and psychiatric training and education.

Judy Tsafrir, MD
Teaching Associate in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Psychoanalysis, Integrative/Holistic Psychiatry

Susan Walker, MD
Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests:  Psychotherapy and psychopharmacology.

Allison Warshof, LICSW
Areas of interest: Family Systems therapy (IFS), attachment focused family therapy, working with adolescents, mental health evaluation, high risk behaviors in adolescents

Cecil Webster, MD
Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Areas of interest: outpatient consultation-liaison psychiatry, psychotherapy, psychiatry in film

John Wechter, EdD
Teaching Associate in Psychology, Harvard Medical School.
Academic Interests: Psychotherapy of children and adolescents

Kerry-Ann Williams, MD
Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests:  Community psychiatry, trauma, CBT.

Tyrone Williams, MD
Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Academic Interests: Community psychiatry; interface of psychiatry and spirituality.

Faculty List - Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

John Baker, PhD
Ayelet Barkai, MD
James Barrett, PhD
Elizabeth Freidin Baumann, PhD
Carol Becker, PhD
Sarah Birss, MD
Elizabeth Brenner, LICSW
Gloria Carrera, MD
Nicholas Carson, MD
Peter Chubinsky, MD
Allison Clark, LCSW
Don Condie, MD
Benjamin Cook, PhD, MPH
Fred Crow, MD
Sandra M. DeJong, MD, MSc
Timothy Dugan, MD
Marla Eby, PhD
Ann Epstein, MD
Lois Flaherty, MD
Marshall Forstein, MD
Laura Gaugh, PsyD
Eric Goepfert, MD
Joel Goldstein, MD
Laurie Gray
Len Greenberg, PhD
Katherine E. Grimes, MD, MPH
Sanjay Gulati, MD
John Hamilton, MD
Jill Harkaway, EdD
Jennifer Harris, MD
Alexandra Harrison, MD
Fida Hassan, MD, MPH
Barbara Hauser, LICSW
Jeanne Heiple, MD, PhD
Ann Hess, MD, PhD
Holly Houseman, PhD
Albert Hyman, MD
Gabriela Iagaru, MD
Xenia Johnson, MD
Neal Kass, MD
Janice Kauffman, RN, MPH
Kathy Kelts, LICSW
Lauren Krumholz, PhD
Deborah Kulick, MD
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Maydee Lande, LICSW
Dianna LeSanto, LICSW
Karen Levine, PhD
Treniece Lewis Harris, PhD
Karlen Lyons-Ruth, PhD
Kimberly Martin-Conley , M.Ed, LMFT
Amy Mayhew, MD, MPH
Cynthia Mittelmeier, PhD
Theodore Murray, MD
Ann Neumeyer, MD
Barbara Okun, PhD
Miriam Ornstein, MD
Laura Pabo, LICSW
Christopher Pagano, PhD
Mathilde Pelaprat, PsyD
Ava Penman, MS
William Pollack, PhD
Adele Pressman, MD
Malak Rafla, MD
Nancy Rappaport, MD
Laurie Raymond, MD
Lee Robinson, MD
Adam Rosen, JD, PhD
Debra Rosenblum, MD
John Sargent, MD
Maria Sauzier, MD
Susannah Sherry, MD
Stephanie Smith, LICSW
Jeanne Strassburger, PhD
Lyn E. Styczynski, PhD
Nandini Talwar, MD
Cynthia J. Telingator, MD
Stephanie Tournet, MD
Judy Tsafrir, MD
Marta Valiente, LICSW
Allison Warshof, LICSW
Cecil Webster, MD
John Wechter, EdD
David Wilcox, PhD
Kerry-Ann Williams, MD
Tyrone Williams, MD

Supervision

Fellows have four to six hours of supervision per week. For first-years, this includes two or more hours of individual supervision in addition to supervision by the rotation supervisor and other faculty during each rotation. In addition, first years have an administrative supervisor (Dr. Carson) who helps fellows learn to manage their patient commitments effectively and efficiently. In their second year, the fellows have up to four individual supervisors assigned, three supervisors for psychotherapy, and at least one psychopharmacology clinic preceptor. Administrative supervisors meet regularly with the second years to discuss caseload balance and management. In addition, second-years have a rotation supervisor for each rotation. Finally, the second-year fellows also receive supervision in group therapy and school consultation/liaison.