More About Me

Sarah E. Valentine, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and a Clinical Psychologist at Boston Medical Center. She is the Director of the Program of Research in Implementation Science, Minority Stress, and Mental Health (PRISMM). Her clinical and research interests are in the dual treatment of trauma and discrimination-related distress. Research initiatives aim reduce health disparities by improve access to and quality of care for PTSD. Before coming to Boston Medical Center, she completed pre- and postdoctoral fellowships at Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School.

  • Education

    Suffolk University, Boston, MA (2014)

  • Board Certifications

    MA Psychologist

  • Special Interests

    Trauma and Stressor-related disorders, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Behavioral Medicine, Sexual Risk Behaviors, Special issues related to LGBT health

  • Research

    Implementation science (access to care, quality of care, training/consultation), Clinical Trials for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Treatment of trauma/stressor-related disorders in underserved populations (LGBT, racial and ethnic minorities), Cognitive appraisals of interpersonal violence (partner abuse, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, community violence) in diverse populations

  • Location

    850 Harrison Ave
    Boston, MA 02118

My Affiliations

Boston University

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