Board certified in child, adolescent, adult and forensic psychiatry, Shulamit Glaubach, MD, has operated her private practice in San Francisco, California, since 2006. After receiving her Doctor of Medicine in 1990 at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, she completed her year of internal medicine at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Mount Zion Medical Center. She completed her psychiatry residency at Yale University and undertook her fellowship work in child and adolescent psychiatry at Cornell University's Payne Whitney Clinic. In addition, she undertook a fellowship in forensic psychiatry at New York University.
She has additional medical expertise on the impacts of psychological attitude and outlook on the outcome of Breast Cancer. She authored "Positive Mind Over Negative Matter," published in the 2002 American Breast Cancer Guide. In addition, she studied the correlation between the inability to express one's self and depression and chronic pain.*
Authored "Developmental Factors of Violence" published as a chapter in the book Medical Management of the Violent Patient.
History of employment
- Private psychiatric practice. San Francisco, California. 2006 to present.
- Private psychiatric practice. Seattle, Washington. 1998 to 2005.
- Psychiatrist at Catholic Community Services. Seattle, Washington. 1999 to 2000.
- Psychiatrist at Seattle Children's Home. Seattle, Washington. 1996 to 1997.
- Visiting lecturer on health-related issues with Personal-Touch Home Care, Inc., in Jamaica, New York.
- University Hospital for Children and Youth & Rudolf Magnus Institute in Utrecht, Netherlands — study on the effects of psychological stress on the immune system.
- Weizmann Institute of Science — the study of physical stress on the immune system.
- Alaska Native Medical Center — the incidence of morbidity with Hib meningitis and the risk factors involved in children under five years of age within the Alaskan native population.
- Team and Training — partook in fundraising for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation.
- Fresh Air Fund (organization helping inner city kids in New York City) — raised money and volunteered for career day.
- Happiness is Camping — camp for children with cancer (volunteer councilor)
- Long Island Jewish Medical Center — volunteer work at the pediatric ward.
- * Articles that may be of interest to you regarding this topic include:
- Inability to Express Intense Affect: A Common Link Between Depression and Pain? by Larry E. Beutler, et al.
- Correlation of Stress Factors with Sustained Depression of Natural Killer Cell Activity and Predicted Prognosis in Patients with Breast Cancer by S. Levy, et al.
- Psychological Response to Breast Cancer: Effect on Outcome by S. Greer, et al.