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Carol J. Auerbach

Carol J. Auerbach, MA, MINT


Department: Psychiatry


  • MA in Movement Therapy - Antioch/New England Graduate School
  • BA in Sociology, Anthropology and Psychology - Evergreen State College

Postgraduate Training / Additional Certifications

  • Motivational Interviewing Network Trainer (MINT)

Carol J. Auerbach, MA, MINT, is a therapist whose areas of clinical practice have included individual and group therapy for adults with serious psychiatric and/or substance use disorders.

Carol J. Auerbach is an instructor in the Division of Behavioral Healthcare Education of the Department of Psychiatry. She is a trainer for PGY2 and PGY4 residents in the General Adult Psychiatry Residency program. Her areas of teaching include motivational interviewing, suicide prevention, mindfulness, substance use disorders and recovery-oriented practice.


“Keys to Engaging Patients in Conversations about Healthy Lifestyles”
Drexel Community Health Staff Grand Rounds, Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 2016

“Same is Not Equal: Addressing Women’s Needs in the Criminal Justice System”
23rd Annual Forensic Rights and Treatment Conference, Grantville, Pennsylvania, December 2015

“Snorting, Smoking and Picking Up; Motivational Interviewing for People with Addictions”
College of Medicine Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 2011

“Motivational Interviewing and Modifying Lifestyles for Health”
Medical Grand Rounds, Mercy Health Systems, Darby, Pennsylvania, February 2010

Contact Information

Academic Office

Behavioral Healthcare Education
4641 Roosevelt Boulevard
Scattergood Building
Philadelphia, PA 19124
Phone: 215.762.4741
Fax: 215.289.2165