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Torrey A. Creed, PH.D.

Torrey A. Creed, Ph.D.

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Research Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
Aaron T. Beck Psychopathology Research Center
3535 Market Street, Room 2029
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-573-6773
Fax: 215-573-3717
Education:
B.S. (Psyhcoology)
James Madison University, 1995.
M.S.Ed. (Psychological Services)
University of Pennsylvania, 1998.
M.A. (Clinical Psychology)
Temple University, 2003.
Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology, Specialization in Developmental Child Psychopathology)
Temple University, 2007.
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Selected Publications

Taylor, A. : How faith can affect therapy. The New York Times Page: 40-50, July 2013.

Creed, T.A. : Dyadic Cognitive Therapy: Thinking in Dyads. Cognitive Therapy Today 20: 2-6, 2013.

Rosenberg, Z., Pontoski, K., Jager-Hyman, S., Creed, T.A., & Beck, A.T. : An evaluation of feedback given to school-based community therapists trained to implement cognitive therapy. Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapy, National Harbor, MD, November 2008 2012.

Diamond, G.S., Creed, T.A., Gillham, J., Gallop, R., & Hamilton, J.: Sexual trauma does not moderate treatment outcome in Attachment Based Family Therapy (ABFT) for adolescents with suicide ideation. Journal of Family Therapy 3: 1-11, 2012.

Creed, T.A.: Explaining the Cognitive Model in Child-Friendly Language: The Rollercoaster Story. Cognitive Therapy Today 17: 4-8, 2012.

Levy, S.A, Diamond, G.S., & Creed, T.A. : Improving relationships. In. P. Rhodes & A. Wallis (Eds.). Working with families: A practical guide. Australia: IP Communications, 2011.

Creed, T., Reisweber, J., & Beck, A.T. : Cognitive therapy for adolescents in school settings. Guildford Press 2011.

1. Garber, J., Ciesla, J.A., McCauley, E., Diamond, G., & Schloredt, K.A: Remission of depression in parents: Links to healthy functioning in their children. Child Development Page: 226-243, 2011.

Kluger, J. : Keeping young minds healthy. Time Magazine Page: 40-50, October 2010.

Diamond, G., Levy, S., Bevans, K., Fein, J., Wintersteen, M., Tien, A., & Creed, T.: Development, Validation, and Utility of Internet-Based, Behavioral Health Screen for Adolescents. Pediatrics 126: 163-170, 2010.

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Last updated: 09/11/2013
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