Linda E Olszewski, PsyD Email Linda Olszewski
- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR (PENDING) | Psychiatry
As a part of the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center faculty, Dr. Olszewski provides individual, group, and family therapy as well as psychological testing for the adolescent population. In addition, she has begun the implementation of dyadic therapy in the Teen Parent Program at the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center. Dr. Olszewski is a clinical supervisor in the APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Pre-Doctoral Internship Program and for the Psychology Externship Program. Dr. Olszewski’s research interests focus on trauma, resilience, and parent-child attachment.
- Behavioral Health
- Eating Disorders
- Emotional/Physical/Sexual Abuse
- Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Services
- Mental Health Services
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Olszewski L, Asar S, Bogatch A, Blackman A. Screen Time Questionnaire (STQ): Measuring parents’ and children’s media use. Perspectives on Childhood Psychology and Education. 2016; 1: 107-134.
Blackman A, Olszewski L. Contemporary parenting: The influence of screen time on parents and children. Perspectives on Childhood Psychology and Education. 2016; 1: 31-76.
Crawford C, Barangan C, Lee J, Olszewski L, Diaz A. The Prevalence of Developmental Delays in Children of Adolescent Mothers in an Urban Setting. Poster the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine (SAHM). 2017;.
Barangan C, Lee JB, Bentisanov S, Nucci A, Soghomonian C, Olszewski L. Increasing “My Chart” Enrollment in a Teen Parenting Program: A Quality Improvement Project. Poster at the Child Health Research Day, Mount Sinai Hospital, Icahn School of Medicine. 2016;.
Lee J, Bentisanov S, Olszewski L. The care of adolescent parents and their children. Grand Rounds presentation, Queens Hospital Department of Pediatrics. 2015;.
Mowder B, Krochek R, Olszewski L, Blackman A, Asar S, Retan J, Hill A. School Psychologist working with parents – using theory and research to address current issues The importance of screen time measurement and consideration. Symposium at the American Psychological Association (APA) annual meeting,. 2015 August;.
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