Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Jacqueline K Gollan, PhD

Jacqueline K Gollan, PhD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Obstetrics and Gynecology

Focus of Work

Bio

I am an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, working as a clinical researcher and a licensed clinical psychologist. As a clinician in the Asher Center, I offer evidence-based psychotherapy for depression and anxiety, with expertise in behavioral activation and cognitive behavioral therapy. In my lab, we examine the neural and behavioral substrates of reinforcement learning in depression. We translate these results into experimental treatments to accelerate a person's rate of...[Read full text]I am an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, working as a clinical researcher and a licensed clinical psychologist. As a clinician in the Asher Center, I offer evidence-based psychotherapy for depression and anxiety, with expertise in behavioral activation and cognitive behavioral therapy. In my lab, we examine the neural and behavioral substrates of reinforcement learning in depression. We translate these results into experimental treatments to accelerate a person's rate of recovery. We use multiple methods (e.g., neuroimaging, computer tasks, biologic challenges) towards the goal of developing an effective behavioral treatment for depression.[Shorten text]

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Education and Certification

  • PhD: University of Washington (1999)

Contact

312-695-6121
Clinic (for patients): 312-695-8099

NMH/Arkes Family Pavilion Suite 1000
676 N Saint Clair
Chicago IL 60611

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