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educator , psychotherapist , Social worker

Shirley Goldstein, American social worker, psychotherapist, educator. Licensed social worker, Massachusetts; diplomate American Board Examiners in Clinical Social Work. Recipient Day-Garrett award, Smith College, 2009. Fellow American Orthopsychiat. Association; member National Association of Social Workers, Cambrige Art Association (1st prize 2010).

Background

Goldstein, Shirley was born on July 8, 1929 in New York City. Daughter of Henry and Mamie (Solomon) Ilgovsky.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University Michigan, 1951. Master Social Services, Smith College, 1953.

Career

Supervisor Boston State Hospital, 1953-1954. Senior clinician D. Thom Clinic, Boston, 1954-1956, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1961-1962. Senior clinician outpatient clinic McLean Hospital, Belmont, 1964, coordinator training and education, since 1972.

Consultant McLean Hospital, Harvard Health Service. Adjunct professor Smith School for Social Work, 1994—2006.

Achievements

  • Licensed social worker, Massachusetts. Diplomate American Board Examiners in Clinical Social Work.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Establishing Outpatient Clinics, 1967.

Membership

Fellow American Orthopsychiat. Association; member National Association of Social Workers, Cambrige Art Association (1st prize 2010).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Watercolor painting.

Connections

Married Irving Goldstein (divorced 1972). Children: Leslie Deborah, Mark Jonathan.

father:
Henry Ilgovsky

mother:
Mamie (Solomon) Ilgovsky

spouse:
Irving Goldstein

child:
Leslie Deborah Goldstein

child:
Mark Jonathan Goldstein