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Triple Board Faculty

Angela BreidenstineAngela S. Breidenstine, PhD

Current Positions:
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Psychologist, Orleans Parish Early Childhood Supports and Services
Clinician, Tulane Infant Team
Program Manager, Infant Mental Health Training Program
Infant Mental Health Consultant, Supportive Enhancement of Caregiving Responsiveness Project for the Lafayette Office of Community Services

Phone: (504) 988-5682
abreiden@tulane.edu


Education and Training:

Bridgewater College, Virginia, 1989, B.A. (cum laude), English & Psychology
Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, 1998, M.S., Psychology
University of Virginia, 2000, M.Ed., Clinical Psychology
University of Virginia, 2004, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
Tulane University School of Medicine, 7/03 - 6/04, Clinical Psychology Internship
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 9/04 - 8/05, Postdoctoral Fellowship, Early Childhood program

Years at Tulane:
Since 2005.

Research Interests:
My clinical interests include psychological assessment and psychotherapy with children and families. I have particular interests in infant mental health, clinical work with high-risk families with young children, and treatment of children and families who have experienced trauma such as abuse or neglect. I also have an interest in inpatient and outpatient work with older children and adolescents. Research interests include questions related to developmental psychopathology, attachment, and risk and resilience.

Selected Publications:
Smyke, A. T. & Breidenstine, A. S. (2009). Foster care in early childhood. In C. H. Zeanah (Ed.), Handbook of Infant Mental Health (3ed Edition), New York, The Guilford Press.

 

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