Dr. Sheri Goldstrohm has over 25 years of experience providing psychological services in diverse settings and across the age spectrum. She has experience in health psychology; crisis management and Critical Incident Stress Management; community mental health; integrated care; death, dying and bereavement; and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). Dr. Goldstrohm’s areas of clinical expertise include women’s issues, behavioral pain management, integrated care with a focus on maximizing health and wellness for individuals with chronic health conditions, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and life transitions. Her practice style incorporates trauma-informed, cognitive behavioral, and interpersonal therapies.
In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Goldstrohm has a strong background in program development, supervision, teaching, consultation, and administration. She has been active in professional leadership roles and serves on several multidisciplinary committees and advisory boards. Her experience includes chairing committees, participating in work groups and task forces, and serving on Boards of Directors.
MA in Psychology, Frostburg State University
PhD in Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
Ages 14 and older