Jennifer Goldin, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and Director of Psychological Services for Palm Beach Women’s Counseling. After graduating from Cornell University with honors in Human Development and Family Studies, she completed her masters and doctoral degrees at Emory University in Clinical Psychology with certification in Women’s Studies. Following her clinical internship at the University of Miami Counseling Center, she pursued postdoctoral training at the Renfrew Center, an eating disorders treatment facility. She also served as an adjunct faculty member at Florida International University, teaching the Psychology of Gender.
Dr. Goldin’s research, teaching, and clinical interests have focused on identifying a woman’s strengths and helping her to cope more effectively. Specializing in reproductive psychology, Dr. Goldin works with women and their partners through every stage of the reproductive process: primary and secondary infertility, perinatal anxiety and depression, pregnancy loss, and postpartum concerns. She provides psycho-educational consultations for couples who are planning to use an egg or sperm donor or gestational carrier, as well as evaluations of potential egg donors or gestational carriers. She is a certified SHARE coordinator, offering support to parents who have suffered the tragic loss of their baby.
Dr. Goldin (with a little help from her doctor) was lucky enough to have three beautiful children with her husband. In her free minutes, she enjoys listening to audiobooks, starting overly ambitious craft projects, and playing a set or two of tennis.