Dr. Andrew Gottlieb is a licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializesDr. Andrew Gottlieb in providing short term Cognitive Behavioral Therapy(CBT) for adults, couples, and children from 12-17. His training includes a B.A. at Yale College,  a Ph.D. at the University of Washington, an internship at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital, and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Stanford Medical School where he specialized in Health Psychology and Cognitive Behavioral Techniques.

Dr. Gottlieb works collaboratively with his clients, applying short term strategies for dealing with a variety of life difficulties including stress, anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), work issues, sexual problems, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, marriage and couples problems, as well as a broad range of other issues facing adults and older adolescents.

Dr. Gottlieb understands that couches and psychoanalysis are for those who have lots of time to solve their problems…and let’s face it, not many of us have the time or money to devote to traditional psychoanalysis.  Getting focused treatment for specific life difficulties results in long-term changes that bring a greater degree of happiness and balance to our lives. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a modern, scientifically-based treatment approach that is proven by research to be effective with a number of problems such as anxiety, depression, OCD, panic attacks, social anxiety, stress, and other issues.

Dr. Gottlieb has worked in private practice helping people for more than twenty-five years and has trained hundreds of professionals in providing cost-effective counseling skills.  Additionally, he has served as a consultant for Kaiser Permanente Health System, the Stanford Pain Medicine Clinic, and many other behavioral health organizations. 

If you would like to know more about what short-term Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can do for you Click Here to email Dr. Gottlieb. Or take a look at Dr. Gottlieb’s Resume or  Dr. Gottlieb’s training.

Or check out The Psychology Lounge, where Dr. Gottlieb has posted his writings about psychology, medicine, and other topics.