Bio: Dr. Levine is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in perinatal women’s health and wellness. She enjoys working with women across the lifespan and particularly during the period surrounding pregnancy. She provides evidence-based clinical care for a variety of women’s health issues including, mood, anxiety and eating- and weight-related behaviors. Dr. Levine is an active University of Pittsburgh faculty member and directs several clinical and clinical research training programs.
Clinical Appointments/Hospital Affiliation:
Description Practice Services: Dr. Levine offers individual psychotherapy. Her particular areas of expertise are women’s health and mental health and eating and weight related issues.
Currently, Dr. Levine is predominately providing telehealth (video) appointments as well as individual in person appointments as needed.
Areas of Research: My research focuses on perinatal wellness, including relationships among mood, weight, smoking and eating behaviors. I am interested in understanding psychosocial factors, like aberrant eating and mood related to gestational weight gain and in developing, delivering, adapting interventions.
Professional Education: Dr. Levine received her PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh
Credentials/Board Certification: Licensed Psychologist
Office Address: 100 N. Bellefield Street, Suite 800
Office Location: Oakland
Web Site: n/a
Appointment Scheduling: 412-414-7797
Office Hours: Varies
Accept Medicare/Medicaid? No