Sarahbeth Golden, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Psychology
Office: Plummer House
Department: Social Sciences
Degrees: Ph.D., Suffolk University; M.A., Suffolk University; B.A., University of Iowa
Sarahbeth Golden completed a series of clinical internships at the VA Hospital in Bedford, Mass., and in counseling centers at Northeastern University and Illinois State University. Most recently, she completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Two Brattle Center in Cambridge, Mass. She was trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy while at Two Brattle Center.
Sarahbeth's psychological research focuses on the relationships among attachment, emotion regulation, and interpersonal competence in romantic relationships. She is also interested in the role of the family environment in a person's development.
What do you like about teaching at Lasell?
I like teaching at Lasell because I can be creative in the construction of my courses and in the delivery of the material. The students are a big part of why I love what I do – I enjoy my students’ energy, great use of humor, and honest reactions to my teaching. Teaching here is an adventure – no semester feels the same and I’m consistently energized by my students’ involvement in my courses.