Lorelei S Rowe, PhD
Dr. Rowe treats patients with mood and anxiety disorders, PTSD, and relationship problems. Her special clinical interests include cognitive behavioral therapies, couple therapy, and training in assertive resistance skills for young people. She is experienced in providing cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive processing therapy, and integrative behavioral couple therapy, as well as in treatment development and evaluation research.
Dr. Rowe was Contributing Editor of the Year in 2013 for the Psychology of Violence and has been Consulting Editor for both the Journal of Family Psychology since 2014 and Psychology of Violence since 2013. She was named the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy Scholar. She was awarded funding by Highmark Health for collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) Interdisciplinary Project Course to develop technology to enhance an assertive resistance training program for young women, “My Voice, My Choice.” She also received funding from the Staunton Farm Foundation for a Capacity Building Grant to support “Behavioral Health Screening Expansion within the Pediatric Orthopaedic Institute of the Allegheny Health Network.” She speaks English.
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