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Stacey Kaltman is a clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychiatry, Georgetown University School of Medicine. In addition to her role in the Health Coaching Certificate Program, Stacey teaches medical students on topics including basic and complex communication skills, health behavior, and Motivational Interviewing. She has an active research program with two areas of focus: medical education research focused on how to effectively teach complex communication skills to health professions students and on the development and evaluation of behavioral interventions for primary care clinics that serve under resourced populations. Stacey has a clinical practice that focuses on managing stress, anxiety and depression using cognitive and behavioral interventions.

Stacey earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. She has a PhD in clinical psychology from the Catholic University of America. She completed her internship in behavioral medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Baltimore VA Medical Center.

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