Dr. Goldstein is a licensed psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She also serves as the Director of the NIMH-funded postdoctoral training program for clinical psychologists, Director of Psychotherapy Training in Pediatric Mood Disorders, and Co-Director of the Services for Teens at Risk (STAR) Center. Dr. Goldstein’s clinical and research interests focus on understanding the etiology and treatment for youth with, and at-risk for, mood disorders and suicide, with a particular focus on pediatric bipolar disorder.
Dr. Levine is a licensed psychologist and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research focuses on relationships among mood, weight and women's health behaviors. Dr. Levine’s latest research aims to increase our understanding of postpartum depression and preventing postpartum relapse to cigarette smoking, and addressing excessive gestational weight gain. Together with Dr. Goldstein, she co-directs the NIMH-funded postdoctoral training program for clinical psychologists and is involved in the training and clinical supervision of graduate students and other postdoctoral trainees.
Psychology Internship Class of 2022
Ligia Antezana (Virginia Tech)
Interests: Neural mechanisms of restricted and repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorder.
Kevin Clancy (Florida State University)
Interests: The identification and modulation of neuropathophysiological mechanisms underpinning posttraumatic stress symptoms through neuroimaging and noninvasive brain stimulation techniques.
Tina Gupta (Northwestern University)
Interests: Emotional processes among individuals exhibiting psychosis-risk symptoms.
Laura Machlin (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Interests: Investigating how early adversity increases psychopathology in youth though biological embedding.
Christine So (University of Houston).
Interests: The effects of sleep disturbance on mental health outcomes, particularly in relation to trauma, stress, and anxiety.