Carol Landau, PhD is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and the Department of Medicine at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, where she has taught courses on family dynamics, depression, anxiety, and psychological development for many years. She also developed the psychology and psychiatry curriculum for the General Internal Medicine Residency.
Dr. Landau completed her undergraduate studies cum laude and with honors in American Civilization at Brown University. She received a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Rhode Island where she was the recipient of The University of Rhode Island Fellowship. She studied with James Prochaska and completed her psychology residency in the Brown University Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. She was a co-founder of Women’s Health Associates, a multi-specialty group practice affiliated with Brown and serves on the Office of Women in Medicine and Science on The Senior Advisory Council.
Dr. Landau maintains an independent practice of consulting psychology and specializes in the treatment of depressive and anxiety disorders, student mental health and women’s health. She works collaboratively with clients to achieve their goals and incorporates family systems based interpersonal therapy with cognitive behavior therapy. Dr. Landau has served as a consultant to numerous academic, healthcare and corporate clients.