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Eda Goldstein, Ph.D.
Featured In: Volume 2: "Psychotherapy with Borderline Personality Disorders"
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Dr. Eda Goldstein is Professor and Chairperson of the Social Work Practice area at New York University’s School of Social Work. She is in private practice, consults with various New York area hospitals, and is a consulting editor of the Clinical Social Work Journal and the Journal of Analytic Social Work. Receiving her undergraduate and master’s degree from the University of Chicago, Dr. Goldstein completed her doctoral studies at Columbia University. She has extensive clinical experience in in-patient psychiatric settings and private practice, and co-directed a research project on Borderline disorders along with Dr. Otto Kernberg at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center. Dr. Goldstein has authored over 30 publications including the books Ego Psychology and Social Work Practice, Borderline Disorders: A Clinician’s Guide; and has co-edited Clinical Social Work with Maltreated Children and their Families: An Introduction to Practice. Currently Dr. Goldstein has written a second edition of her book on ego psychology and a new book entitled Self Psychology and Object Relations Theory in Social Work.