Clinical Program Director
Bonnie Goldstein, PhD trained at UCLA and Harvard University; she is licensed both as a clinical social worker and clinical psychologist. While at a post-doc fellowship at Rice Davis Child Study Center, she co-edited three books: The two-volume Handbook of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy, and Treating Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adolescents. After the Northridge earthquake that was so traumatic for many children, Dr. Goldstein wrote a book about trauma, published by the American Psychological Association, called, I'll know What to Do: A Kids Guide to Natural Disasters.
Dr. Goldstein is a Southern California coordinator of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Certification Trainings and is developing, with Pat Ogden, the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy professional training book for treating children and adolescents. In 1989, she founded and continues to direct the Center for Psychological Services, offering training opportunities for clinical interns, who get to work with one of the nine groups that she has organized to help children and adolescents transition into the next stage of life.
As Director of Clinical Training, she coordinates yearly conferences and workshops on Attachment, Trauma, Mind and the Brain. Dr. Goldstein has a practice in Los Angeles, CA.
Learn more at drbonniegoldstein.com.