Kim Glickman, PhD, LCSW
Postdoctoral Research Scientist / Independent Evaluator
Kim Glickman received a Bachelor’s degree from Vassar College, a Master's degree in Social Work from New York University, and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard University. She is currently a doctoral student at Columbia University School of Social Work and a candidate at the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis (NYSPP).
Kim Glickman has a private psychotherapy practice in the Bronx and has worked for many years in the field of outpatient mental health, providing individual and group therapy to children and families in upstate New York. She served as Project Coordinator for the Dutchess County Universal Response to Domestic Violence Project and acted as a liaison between the criminal justice system and human service providers, identifying gaps within the system in order to improve services for victims of domestic violence. She has also worked as a Domestic Violence Counselor for the Jewish Board of Family Children’s Services in the Bronx and as a grant writer for non-profit agencies and local municipalities.
Kim Glickman serves as an Independent Evaluator for the Complicated Grief Treatment Program. She is responsible for evaluating people interested in participating in the studies and for assessing study participants’ responses to treatment.