About Michelle Stein, PhD

Dr. Stein received her Ph.D. from Adelphi University-Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies. She completed her clinical internship at Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center and completed her clinical postdoctoral training at MGH's Psychology Assessment Center in psychological, personality, and neuropsychological assessment. She has been a staff psychologist at MGH since 2010.

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Locations

Center for Anxiety and Stress Disorders
One Bowdoin Square
6th Floor
Boston, MA 02114-2790
Phone: 617-724-6300

Psychiatry Associates-Inpatient Consult
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114-2696
Phone: 617-724-6300

Medical Education

  • PHD, Adelphi University
  • Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital

Accepted Insurance Plans

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Research

Personality Assessment

Assessment of narrative data, particularly the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) and Early memories

Validity of the Social Cognition and Object Relations Scale-Global Rating Method

(SCORS-G)

Psychotherapy Process and Outcome

Publications

    1. Stein, MB, Pinsker, JH, Hilsenroth, MJ. Borderline Pathology and the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI): An Evaluation of Criterion and Concurrent Validity, Journal of Personality Assessment, 2007, 88(1), 81-89.
    2. Stein, MB, Hilsenroth, MJ, Pinsker-Aspen, JH, Primavera, L. Validity of DSM-IV Axis V Global Assessment of Relational Functioning Scale (GARF. A Multi-Method Assessment, Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 197(1), 50-55.
    3. Stein, MB, Pesale, F, Slavin, J, Hilsenroth, MJ. A Training outline for Conducting Psychotherapy Process Ratings: An example Using Therapist Technique, Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 10(1), 50-59.
    4. Stein, MB, Siefert, CJ, Stewart RVS, Hilsenroth, MJ (in press). Relationship between the Social Cognition and Object Relations Scale (SCORS) and Attachment Style in a clinical sample, Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy