Cindy Goodman Stulberg, C.Psych. is an internationally respected psychologist and director of the Institute for Interpersonal Psychotherapy. She has provided psychological assessment and counselling for individuals, couples, groups, and families for over 35 years. Cindy originally trained with one of the co-developers of Interpersonal Psychotherapy, IPT, a short-term research based psychotherapy for adults experiencing depression. IPT has been adapted to help adolescents, geriatric clients, delivered individually, in groups, couples, and families who experience depression, eating disorders, medical illnesses, PTSD, etc. She and her colleague Dr. Ron Frey have founded the Institute for Interpersonal Psychotherapy, training and supervising mental health clinicians in IPT in Canada, the U.S., and Europe.
Cindy is a member of the certification committee for the International Society for Interpersonal Psychotherapy and was consulted in the writing of the go-to book on using IPT with groups. She has helped conduct research comparing the efficacy of group IPT and CBT for adolescents with eating disorders.
Cindy’s refreshingly direct approach and warm sense of humour make her a popular speaker at conferences in North America. She has been interviewed in national media. Her husband, children and grandchildren are her first priority, while still finding time to work on improving her golf game.
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