Lindsey Wallace Goldman, Ph.D.
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About Lindsey Wallace Goldman, Ph.D.
Lindsey Wallace Goldman, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine and an Assistant Attending Psychologist at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Dr. Goldman is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in perinatal, infant, and early childhood mental health. She is a member of the Payne Whitney Women’s Program and the Maternal-Infant Psychiatry Program. Dr. Goldman’s approach is collaborative, patient-centered, and emphasizes the impact of stressful and traumatic life events, and social and cultural factors on individuals and families.
Dr. Goldman earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Denison University and has a master's degree in Psychology in Education from Columbia University Teacher's College. She earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Hofstra University where she received extensive training in mindfulness-based interventions, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Dr. Goldman completed her predoctoral internship training at UCSF School of Medicine/San Francisco General Hospital in which she was rigorously trained in evidence-based and trauma-informed interventions with children and families. Following internship, Dr. Goldman completed her postdoctoral fellowship training at Stanford University School of Medicine/Lucile Packard Children's Hospital where she provided individual, couples, and group therapy to parents in the NICU and integrated care to women during the perinatal period. She is rostered in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) and has received training in Perinatal Child-Parent Psychotherapy (P-CPP) to work with young children and parents exposed to trauma. Dr. Goldman has also received training in psychodynamic psychotherapy and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). In psychotherapy, Dr. Goldman often integrates evidence-based approaches to meet patient's needs and goals. At Weill Cornell, Dr. Goldman is contributing to the development of a collaborative care model to better serve the mental health needs of women and families during pregnancy and postpartum.
Exemplary Service, Stanford University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology (2021)
M.A.Columbia University, Teachers College2014
Assistant Attending PsychologistNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical PsychiatryWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
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