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About Bradley Michael Rosenfield

Dr. Rosenfield is the practicum coordinator and assistant professor in the Clinical PsyD program at PCOM. In addition, he is currently a clinical associate in the Adult ADHD Program at the University of Pennsylvania's Behavioral Health Department. In clinical practice, he specializes in ADHD, sleep disorders, and disorders of mood, anxiety and personality.
Dr. Rosenfield's current research interests and private practice are focused on cognitive behavioral therapy for adult ADHD, depressive, somatic, and anxiety disorders, the social psychology of terrorism, and multicultural counseling. Recent projects include integrating pet therapy dogs into a positive behavioral support program for disabled adolescents, and the Healthy Monks Project, an interdisciplinary behavioral health program designed to improve the cardiovascular health of local Buddhist monks and their temple members.

Positions

Present Practicum Coordinator & Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
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Contact Information

e: bradr@pcom.edu
t:215-871-6914

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Scholarly Articles (4)

Contributions to Books (3)

Other Published Work and Media (1)