Richard T. Goldberg, EdD

Harvard Logo

                   

 

Associate Professor of Psychology
Rgoldberg2@partners.org (617) 952-5244

Senior Clinical Psychologist 
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital 

Research and Clinical Interests: Evaluation of chronic severe disabilities; vocational development of physical disabilities; chronic pain Stroke; Traumatic brain injury; Amputation; Psychological aspects of chronic physical disability 


Education:
AB, MA, Harvard University  EdD, Boston University, 1966 

Fellowships:
American Psychological Association, 1975 
International Fellowship in Rehabilitation Research
University of Cologne, Germany, 1987 

In Brief: Since 1990 Dr. Goldberg has been a senior clinical psychologist at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and an associate psychologist at Massachusetts General Hospital.  As an integral part of his work at the hospital, he teaches widely at local, regional, national, and international conferences on adjustment to chronic physical disability.     In October 2004 his clinical skills in working with patients with complex medical disorders was recognized by a nomination for the Schwartz Center Compassionate  Caregiver of the Year Award.    He has published 68 scientific papers and two books on psychological aspects of chronic physical disabilities. 

Publications:
Goldberg, RT, Hillberg, R, Reinecker, L., Goldstein, R.  Evaluation of  Patients   with Severe Pulmonary Disease Before and After Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Disability and Rehabilitation, June 2004, 26:641-648.   
Goldberg, RT, Goldstein, R.   A comparison of chronic pain patients and controls on traumatic events in childhood.  Disability and Rehabilitation, Dec. 2000, 22:756-763.    Goldberg, RT, Pachas,W. Keith,D. Relationship between traumatic events in childhood and chronic pain. Disability and Rehabilitation,1999;21:23-30.   
Goldberg, RT.  Childhood abuse, depression, and chronic pain.  Clin J Pain 1994;10:277-281.   
Goldberg, RT, Maciewicz, RJ.  Prediction of pain rehabilitation outcomes by motivation measures.  Disability and Rehabilitation 1994;16:21-25.

Thank you for much for the professional, encouraging and throughtful care you afforded to both of us!

Bill and Lois B.

New Spaulding Hospital

Spaulding Honored Again

Spaulding is once again a top 6 hospital in the US News and World Reports Best Hospitals. Learn More

Virtual Grand Rounds

Virtual Grand Rounds - On...

Virtual Grand Rounds  On-DemandUp to 1 CME/CE Credit Per SessionFree for Physicians, Nurses and Allied Health Professionals REGISTER ONLINE: www.mghacademy.org/spaulding Every day... Learn More

Connect with us