Rahael Kurrien, PhD Email Rahael Kurrien
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Psychiatry
- Hospital Affiliations
- The Mount Sinai Hospital
- Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West
- Physician Office 212-523-1679212-523-1679
Dr. Kurrien obtained her Masters in Human Development and Family Studies at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in India in 2000 and her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Frances L. Hiatt School of Psychology at Clark University in 2008. She completed her predoctoral psychology internship and fellowship at the Child and Family Institute at St. Luke’s Hospital in 2007 and 2008 respectively.
Dr. Kurrien’s clinical interests include the delivery of evidence-based trauma-informed interventions to parent-infant/toddler dyads focused on facilitating a healthy attachment relationship, developmental and diagnostic assessments of young children, and the treatment of parent and caregiver trauma.
In addition, she is interested in advocacy around infant mental health and in engaging underserved community populations in mental health treatment. Dr. Kurrien also has her private practice in which she works with young adults and adults.
Internship, Child Psychology
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital
St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital
McHale, J. & Kurrien, R. (2013). Le coparentage comme construit universel caractérisant diverses formes familiales: avancées et perspectives. In N. Favez, F. Frascarolo, H. & Tissot (Eds.), Le bébé au sein de la triade: le développement de l'alliance familiale (The baby within the triad: the development of family alliance). Bruxelles, BEL: De Boeck.;.
Joseph de Rivera, Rahael Kurrien, Nina Olsen (2007). The Emotional Climate of Nations and Their Culture of Peace Journal of Social Issues 63 (2), 255–271..;.
Kurrien, R. & Vo, D. (2004). Who’s in Charge?: Coparenting in South and Southeast Asian Families,Journal of Adult Development, Special Issue: Coparenting, 11(3), 207-219..;.
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