Brian John Sherman
M.A. Psychology and Education Columbia University (2006)
B.A. Psychology Washington University in St. Louis (2003)
New York State Psychological Association
CCPX 5032 Adult Personality and Pscyhopathology
Independent Study Summer Field Research Travel Grant (2008), Institute of Latin American Studies, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, “Internalizing and Externalizing Problems in Brazilian Adolescents” ($1,730).
Distinguished Service Award (2004), North Suffolk Mental Health Association, Boston, MA.
Lipsitz, J.D., Gur, M., Albano, A.M., & Sherman, B.J. (2011). A Psychological Intervention for Pediatric Chest Pain: Development and Open Trial. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 32, 153-157.
Lipsitz, J.D., Gur, M., Sonnet, F.M., Dayan, P.S., Miller, S.Z., Brown, C., & Sherman, B. (2010). Psychopathology and disability in children with unexplained chest pain presenting to the pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Emergency Care, 26, 830-836.
Sherman, B.J. (2006). The poverty of affluence: Addiction to wealth and its effects on well-being. Graduate Student Journal of Psychology, 8, 30-32.
CCPX 4032: Assessment and treatment of alcohol and chemical dependency
Overview of the clinical principles governing assessment and treatment of addictive disorders; stages of addiction; issues of comorbidity; resistances to treatment.
CCPX 5032: Adult psychopathology
Major clinical disorders of adulthood viewed from clinical and research perspectives; current issues in diagnosis and treatment.