Elizabeth Loran, PhD
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Credentials & Experience
- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
- Clinical Psychology
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Personality Disorders
- Depression and Anxiety Disorders
- Women's Mental Health
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Relationship Problems
- Stress Management
- Mental Health
- Adjustment Disorder
- Work-Related Stress
Education & Training
- PhD, New School for Social Research
- Internship: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
- Fellowship: St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center
About Elizabeth Loran
Elizabeth Loran Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology in Psychiatry at CUMC. Dr. Loran completed her undergraduate degree at Sarah Lawrence College and her doctorate at The New School for Social Research. Dr. Loran completed her predoctoral clinical training at Columbia University Medical Center, New York Presbyterian Hospital followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at Mount Sinai Roosevelt Hospital’s Center for Intensive Treatment of Personality Disorders.
Previously, Dr. Loran worked as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the World Trade Center Mental Health Treatment Program housed at Mount Sinai’s School of Medicine. There, she honed her skills in the application and integration of psychodynamic and dialectical-behavioral principles to help treat first responders dealing with the complexity of trauma reactions and its impact on their personalities. Additionally, Dr. Loran supervised psychologists in training, postdoctoral fellows and social workers along with co-leading the DBT consultation team. Dr. Loran has taught psychology courses at Eugene Lang College, The New School for General Studies and John Jay College for Criminal Justice.
Dr. Loran has extensive clinical training in Psychodynamic, Dialectical Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral treatment modalities. She has expertise in treating trauma, personality disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and women’s maternal mental health.
- Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at CUMC