About Dr. Lisa Goldstein, MD


Lisa Goldstein, MD: I grew up in Lower Merion where I attended the public schools. After graduating from Bryn Mawr College and  Temple University School of Medicine, I completed my internship and residency in General Psychiatry at the University of Connecticut, and then completed my fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute, where I was the Chief Fellow. I am Board Certified in both General Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 


I have had a private practice in Rosemont, Pennsylvania since 2001, where I provide psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and talk therapy. I also provide consultations and independent psychiatric evaluations to families and schools, to address the complicated needs of children who's mental health, medical  and learning issues  have become intertwined. I am a past-President of the Pennsylvania Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, a facilitator at the CHOP Headache Center Youth Camp, and a member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, the Association of Women Psychiatrists, the American Headache Society, and The National Headache Foundation.



Cathleen Mallon Sita, LSW graduated from Pennsylvania State University and received a Masters in Social Work from West Chester University. She has worked at local colleges, an adolescent residential treatment facility, and with Dr. Goldstein since 2004. Cathleen is responsible for scheduling, refills and she is often the primary contact for teachers or therapists. Cathleen is usually the first person to return your phone calls, and she speaks to all new patients by phone prior to scheduling an appointment with Dr. Goldstein.

Please contact Cathleen@lisagoldsteinmd.com or leave a message at (610) 527-8444 for information, fees, refills or to schedule an appointment. 


Emergency contact information is provided on the office phone message and usually includes calling Dr. Goldstein's cell phone at 610-574-2191. If you have a true emergency and you can not wait for a return call, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency.

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