Glickman, Kim

Assistant Professor
Social Work

Phone: (718) 262-2616
Office Location: AC-3A11A


PhD Columbia University Social Work 2013 
MPA Harvard University Public Policy 1998 
MSW New York University Social Work 1994 
BA Vassar College Political Science 1990 
Kim Glickman holds a Doctorate in Social Work from Columbia University. Her dissertation, entitled, “Complicated Grief Treatment: What Makes it Work?” examined the putative mediators of Complicated Grief Treatment. Prior to joining the faculty at York College, Dr. Glickman worked for many years in the field of outpatient mental health, providing individual and group therapy to children and families in public agency settings as well as privately. She also served as Project Coordinator for the Dutchess County Universal Response to Domestic Violence Project and worked as a domestic violence counselor for the Jewish Board of Family Children’s Services in the Bronx. Most recently, Dr. Glickman served as an Independent Evaluator for the Complicated Grief Treatment Program at Columbia University. Dr. Glickman has been trained in Complicated Grief Treatment, a cognitive-behavioral treatment for those suffering from Complicated Grief.

Areas of Expertise

Domestic Violence
Complicated Grief

Articles in Field Of Expertise

O'Connor, MF, Shear, K, Fox, R, Skritskaya, N, Campbell, B, Ghesquiere, A, Glickman, K. "Catecholamine predictors of complicated grief treatment outcomes." International Journal of Psychophysiology. 88(3) 2013: 349-352.

Shear, K, Ghesquiere, A, Glickman, K. "Bereavement and Complicated Grief." Current Psychiatry Reports. Aug 2013: 17.

Reviews in Field Of Expertise

"Psychotherapy Research" 2011: 734-736.


Offices Held In Professional Societies

Member, New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis: 2009 to present.

Glickman, Kim

Glickman, Kim
Assistant Professor
Social Work