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Sheri Goldstrohm, PhD

Sheri Goldstrohm, PhD
Job Title Psychologist, Pediatric Behavioral Health Consultation and Liaison Services, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Job Title Clinical Administrator, Behavioral Science Division/Pediatric Behavioral Health
4117 Penn Ave., Suite Floor 3
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
412-692-3676 Phone
412-692-5986 Fax

Education and Training

Graduate School:

1996 MS, Frostburg State University, Md.
2002 PhD, University of Pittsburgh



American Psychological Association (APA)
Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA)
Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC)
  • Board of Directors
  • Committee Chair: Student Initiative Scholarship Committee
  • Committee Chair: Student Paper Awards Committee

Board Certifications

  • Psychologist


  • HAP Patient Care Award,  Hospital and Health System Association of Pennsylvania
  • Award for Commitment and Excellence in Service (ACES), UPMC
  • Alumni Ambassador Award, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Annual Honors Convocation Outstanding Student Achievement Award, University of Pittsburgh
  • Doctoral Alumni Fellowship Award, University of Pittsburgh
  • Provost’s Development Fund Fellowship Award, University of Pittsburgh
  • Education Award, Pennsylvania Psychological Association
  • University of Pittsburgh Recognition of Special Achievement, University of Pittsburgh 
  • Mary E. Brown Paper Award, Association for Death Education and Counseling
  • Distinguished Achievement Award,  Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • CSW Women's Leadership Award,  Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • Provost Scholar, Indiana University of Pennsylvania


  • Chang, J.C., Cluss, P.A., Burke, J.G., Hawker, L., Dado, D., Goldstrohm, S., & Scholle, S.H. (2011). Partner violence screening in mental health. General Hospital Psychiatry, 33, 58-65.
  • Ewing, L., Cluss, P.A., Goldstrohm, S.L, Ulrich, M. S., Colborn, K., Cipriani, L., & Wald, E. R. (2009). Translating an evidenced-based intervention for pediatric overweight to a primary care setting. Clinical Pediatrics,48, 397-403 .
  • Wald, E. R., Ewing, L., Cluss, P., Goldstrohm, S.L, Cipriani, L., Colborn, K., & Weissfeld, L. (2007). Parental perception of children’s weight in a pediatric primary care setting. Child: Care, health and development.
  • Cluss, P., Chang, J., Hawker, L., Scholle, S., Dado, D., Buranosky, R., & Goldstrohm, S. (2006). The process of change for victims of intimate partner violence: Support for a psychosocial readiness model. Women’s Health Issues.
  • Goldstrohm, S. L., & Arffa, S. (2005). Preschool children with mild to moderate traumatic brain injury: An exploration of immediate and post-acute morbidity. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 20, 675-695.
Last Update
April 5, 2012
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Last Update
April 5, 2012