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Jared Goldman

Jared Goldman, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


Department: Psychiatry

Education

  • BA in English - Amherst College
  • PhD in Clinical Psychology, University of Tennessee

Memberships / Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association

Clinical Background

Jared Goldman, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who sees patients in Center City Philadelphia at the Tower Health Medical Group outpatient clinic. He conducts psychotherapy with individuals facing a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, questions of identity, problems with self-esteem, health concerns, and loss of loved ones. While his current work is in an outpatient setting, he has also received training with inpatient psychiatric and medical populations. He has worked extensively with oncology patients, using psychotherapy to address the myriad mental health issues that can arise amid their battles with cancer. Dr. Goldman's clinical interests include psychodynamic theory and technique, in particular object-relations theory and theories of personality style.

Clinical Services

Psychotherapy, Anxiety disorders, Depression, Self-esteem, Trauma, Personality, Personality disorders

Fellowships

  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology - Pennsylvania Hospital, University of Pennsylvania Health System (2018-2020)

Internships

  • Clinical Psychology - Pennsylvania Hospital, University of Pennsylvania Health System (2017-2018)
Jared Goldman, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Drexel University College of Medicine. He joins Drexel from the University of Pennsylvania Health System, where he completed his postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology. Dr. Goldman supervises doctoral trainees in psychotherapy and psychological evaluation. He leads seminars on psychodynamic technique and theory as well as psychological assessment. Topics of his seminars include personality style, contrasting schools of psychodynamic theory, differential diagnosis and the use of assessment instruments.

* This physician's clinical practice is independent of Drexel University.