Stacey Kaltman is a licensed clinical psychologist and an Associate Director of the Georgetown Center for Trauma and the Community. Dr. Kaltman’s research focuses on the development and evaluation of sustainable mental health interventions for underserved populations in primary care settings. In particular, she develops intervention for patients with uncontrolled diabetes and depression. Her education-related research focuses on how best to train medical students to achieve competence in medical interviewing and advanced communication skills. She is also the ombudsperson for the medical school.
Areas of Research: Trauma and loss, Latino mental health, integration of mental health services into the primary care setting, mental health disparities