Eve Loren Goldstein, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Learning Disabilities Specialist
Director of Westchester Child Therapy
Prior to founding Westchester Child Therapy, Eve Goldstein, Psy.D., devoted 20 years to the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents. Dr. Goldstein holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis, a masters degree in Learning Disabilities from Northwestern University and a doctoral degree in School-Clinical Child Psychology from Yeshiva University. This unique background, in both education and psychology, enabled her to recognize that children and families are multifaceted, requiring comprehensive interdisciplinary support. This vision was her impetus to seek out experts in their fields and create the strong multidisciplinary team at Westchester Child Therapy.
Dr. Goldstein provides educational and emotional support for children and families. She conducts comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations, discrete evaluations for learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders, and provides specific training for active learning, study skills, and executive function skills. She provides therapy using research based methods to support children and their families with social and emotional issues that interfere with their everyday life. Her specific areas of expertise include:
- Academic and social related difficulties
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
- Executive Function Training
- Behavioral issues
- Parenting support
Dr. Goldstein is an expert in the field of neuropsychological assessment and taught as an adjunct professor at Yeshiva University. She created the educational remediation practices at both Lakeshore Neuropsychological Services in Evanston, IL and Child Development Associates in Scarsdale, NY. She is trained in a variety of specialized reading and writing programs, including: Lindamood-Bell, Preventing Academic Failure, and Orton-Gillingham. Dr. Goldstein has developed a specific program focused on organization and study skills, to assure the academic success of students. She also created Developing Executive Function Skills for Academic Success, a manualized program for training teachers.
Dr. Goldstein completed her clinical psychology training at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Cornell, Montefiore Medical Center, and Columbia University’s Medical Center. At these institutions, she worked with individuals and families on a variety of social and emotional issues, including: anxiety, depression and suicidality, attention and behavioral issues, intra-family dynamics, school related difficulties, and adjustment to medical diagnoses.
Dr. Goldstein lectures on topics related to navigating school support services, executive functioning, and a wide variety of topics on parenting and family functioning. Dr. Goldstein is married, has three children, and works bi-coastally in Scarsdale, NY and Los Angeles, CA.