Harriet J. Rosenberg, MA
Honorary Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Columbia University, MA 1966
Cornell University, BS 1965
Dartmouth Trauma Interventions Research Center, Dept.Psychiatry
Dartmouth Medical School
1 Medical Center Drive
Lebanon NH 03756
Office: 21 Lafayette, Evergreen 2, Centerra
Phone: 603 653 0739
Fax: 603 653 0737
â€¢ Psychosocial interventions to enhance illness coping and relapse prevention in cancer and other medical patients
â€¢ Assessment and treatment of trauma, abuse, SUDs and PTSD in community, veteran, medical, adolescent and SMI populations
â€¢ Web-based assessment of trauma, PTSD and associated conditions
â€¢ Use of videoconferencing to reduce economic and geographical barriers to training and supervision of mental health care providers in rural communities
â€¢Adolescent health risk behaviors, such as substance abuse and suicidal behaviors
2005- Co-Investigator, Project for Adolescent Trauma Treatment, 4 year grant from SAMHSA to Dartmouth Trauma Interventions Research Center to train and supervise clinicians from 10 NH mental health centers in TF-CBT.
2006-Co-Investigator, NH Endowment for Health grants to Dartmouth Trauma Interventions Research Center. Grants are to fund a telehealth network connecting the 10 lead NH mental health centers for training and supervision of clinicians in evidence-based practices to treat traumatized children.
2004-2006 Co-investigator for: A pilot study of cognitive-behavioral treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder in adolescents, Hitchcock Foundation Grant, Kay Jankowski, Ph.D., Principal Investigator
2001-2005 Project coordination and clinical assessment for Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of PTSD in SMI Clients (R01 MH064662-02), Principal Investigator: Kim Mueser, Ph.D
Co-taught weekly didactic on administration of the CAPS for psychology interns
Multiple trainings and supervision on use of SCID for medical residents, and other clinicians
Co-Leader, Psychological Testing Seminar for psychology interns
A clinical trial comparing interviewer and computer-assisted assessment among clients with severe mental illness.
A randomized controlled trial of cognitive-behavioral treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder in severe mental illness.
Development of a screening tool to identify adolescents engaged in multiple problem behaviors: the Adolescent Risk Behavior Screen (ARBS).
Single and multiple suicide attempts and associated health risk factors in New Hampshire adolescents.
Expressive disclosure and health outcomes in a prostate cancer population.
The relationship between trauma, PTSD, and medical utilization in three high risk medical populations.
A comparative study of trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder prevalence in epilepsy patients and psychogenic nonepileptic seizure patients.