Lauren Weinstock's program of research is focused on the phenomenology and treatment of MDD and bipolar disorder. She has particular interests in the heterogeneity of depressive symptom expression across the mood disorders, cognitive, behavioral, affective, and interpersonal predictors of bipolar illness course, and psychosocial treatment development. Dr. Weinstock maintains a complementary line of research focused on suicide, especially in bipolar depression.
Dr. Weinstock received her AB in psychology and French from Duke University, and her MA and PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She completed her clinical psychology internship at Brown from 2004-2005. Following internship, she remained at Brown and completed her research training as an F32 postdoctoral fellow, under the mentorship of Ivan Miller, PhD. She joined the faculty in 2008. Dr. Weinstock's work is based out of Butler Hospital's Psychosocial Research Program.
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Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
International Society for Bipolar Disorders
CDI for Bipolar Disorder
National Institute of Mental Health
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