Dr. Kim Glickman, UrbanHealth Lab Faculty Affiliate & Assistant Professor of Social Work
PhD, Social Work, Columbia University
MPP, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
MSW, New York University
BA, Political Science, Vassar College
Dr. Glickman is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at York College where she teaches courses in research methods, generalist practice, field seminar and social work practicum. Dr. Glickman’s research focuses on bereavement, prolonged grief disorder, attachment style and psychotherapy outcomes. She is an affiliate with the Center for Complicated Grief at Columbia University and has been trained in complicated grief therapy.She is currently an IE trainer for a collaborative study between the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Columbia University, which is developing and testing an innovative, mobile and web guide-supported application to promote adaptation to loss in bereaved military families. Dr. Glickman has a private psychotherapy practice and has worked for many years in the field of outpatient mental health, providing individual and group therapy to children and families as well as domestic violence services.