University of Vermont

College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Psychological Science

Diane Gottlieb

Adjunct Appointment

Diane Gottlieb

Diane Gottlieb
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Education
  • B.S. University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1967
  • M.S.W. Adelphi University School of Social Work, 1969
  • M.A. Fielding Institute, 1988
  • Ph.D. Fielding Institute, 1992
C.V. (PDF)
Contact Information
Email: dianetgottlieb@gmail.com
Phone: (802) 863-2495 ext. 2

Organizations

Founder, Staff Social Worker, and Psychologist: Networks, Inc. Burlington, VT
Clinical Supervisor, Group coordinator, and Consultan: New England Survivors of Torture and Trauma (NESTT)

Areas

  • Narrative practices - teaching, consulting, and supervising to assist students and clinicians in the theory and practices of narrative therapy.
  • Family and couple therapy - I have taught and trained students and clinicians on the theory and practices of family and couple therapy.
  • Brief therapy - With the changes in the health industry, it is essential for students and clinicians to know how to work with clients in a time-sensitive manner without compromising best practices and ethics.
  • Suicide prevention - Working with an interdisciplinary team in middle and high schools to screen adolescents for suicide. Training students and staff at these schools on prevention techniques.
  • Family and depression - Helped developed Raising Healthy Children and continue to be part of the advisory committee for this project of prevention of depression within families.
  • Organizational consultation and training - working with profit and not for profit organization on team building, strategic planning, management training.
  • Women's issues - interest in gender issues and its influence on people's lives; therapist in 2 women's therapy groups; taught Psychology of Women.

Representative Publications and Presentations

  • Gary Keller, MD and Diane T. Gottlieb, MSW, Ph.D., (pending publication). Reducing Major Depression in Children at High Risk: Opportunities for Prevention, The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine.
  • Our New Neighbors: Bhutanese Nepalese: Trauma and Torture and Suggested Treatments, Community Health Center, Fall, 2011, Howard Center, Winter, 2011.
  • Gottlieb, D. (1998). Stranger in a strange land: My journey into the world of differences and similarities. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 17(1).
  • Gottlieb, D. and Bronstein, P. (1996). Parents' perceptions of children's worries in a changing world. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 157(1), 104-118.
  • Gottlieb, D. and Gottlieb, C., (1996). The narrative/collaborative process in couples therapy: A postmodern perspective. Women and Therapy, 19(3), 37-47.
  • Gottlieb, D. and Gottlieb, C., (1996). Consultative conversations: The change process in couples therapy. Journal of Couples Therapy, 6,(1/2) 117-128.
  • Gottlieb, C. and Gottlieb, D., (1990). The marital co-therapist team as a reflecting team in couples' therapy. Journal of Couples Therapy, 1(2), 67-76.

Chair

Clinical Training Program Director

General/Experimental Program Director

Undergraduate Director

Business Manager

Biobehavioral
Clinical
Developmental
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Behavioral Pharmacology
Joint Appointment
Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Faculty
Clinical Psychology Internship Program (CPIP)
Post-Doctoral Fellows
Emeriti Faculty
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