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Greta
Doctoroff

Associate Professor of Psychology, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology
Other, Brown Medical School, Rhode Island Hospital, 2007
PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2005
Other, NYU Child Study Center and Bellevue Hospital, 2005
MS, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2001
BA, Haverford College, 1996
Dr. Greta L. Doctoroff’s research examines the connection between behavior problems and academic difficulties in preschool children. In particular, she investigates parent-child and teacher-child interactions that promote children’s social-emotional competence and school readiness. The goal of her research program is to identify key mechanisms in the development of children’s social-emotional and academic competence, and to apply this knowledge to the development and evaluation of cost-effective, feasible preventive intervention programs in home and preschool settings. Dr. Doctoroff's work has been published in a number of peer-reviewed journals and presented at national conferences. She serves as a consultant to Head Start and other early childhood programs. She has expertise in intervention programs for teachers, young children and their families, and in cognitive-behavioral therapy. Dr. Doctoroff teaches courses at Ferkauf on developmental psychopathology, early childhood, and evidence-based treatments for youth. She maintains a private practice in Scarsdale, New York.
greta.doctoroff@einstein.yu.edu
646-592-4371
Resnick campus - Rousso Building
Room#112
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Spring 2018
Developmental Psychopathology
PSS 6250
Spring 2018
Early Childhood Rsrch Lab
PSS 6502
Spring 2018
Early Childhood Rsrch Lab
PSS 6502
Spring 2018
Practicum Child Therapy II:CBT
PSS 6626
Spring 2018
Research Project I
PSS 6915
Spring 2018
Research Project II
PSS 6916
Fall 2017
Early Childhood Rsrch Lab
PSS 6502
Fall 2017
Early Childhood Rsrch Lab
PSS 6502
Fall 2017
Evid Based Intrvention Youth I
PSS 6213
Fall 2017
Practicum Child Therapy I: CBT
PSS 6625