Jennifer Gottlieb, Ph.D. is the Evidence-Based Psychosocial Initiatives Specialist at the Cambridge Health Alliance and a Teaching Associate in the Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry. A licensed clinical psychologist and Diplomate in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, Dr. Gottlieb’s research and clinical work is dedicated to the development and implementation of effective psychotherapeutic interventions for psychosis, schizophrenia, and other severe psychiatric conditions. She has provided CBTp clinical training, consultation, supervision, treatment implementation guidance (as well as training in clinical supervision provision) to therapists and administrators at numerous mental health agencies locally, nationally, and internationally. Specific foci include: the development and evaluation of CBT treatments for schizophrenia; novel interventions for first-episode and early psychosis; and specialized CBT treatments for PTSD in severe psychiatric conditions. Dr. Gottlieb has been on the faculty at the Massachusetts General Hospital Dept. of Psychiatry Schizophrenia Program, Dartmouth Medical School, and Boston University. She has extensive direct clinical CBTp experience with first-episode, early, and later-stage psychosis, as well as in the provision of interventions to treat PTSD, dual disorders, smoking, and social skills training, all within vulnerable populations. A Spanish speaker, Dr. Gottlieb recently completed a Fulbright Senior Researcher Award to Spain where she adapted and began implementation of the specialty CBT for PTSD intervention for severe psychiatric conditions.