Carol Landau, Ph.D.    Consulting and Clinical Psychologist


Dr. Landau had published and presented more than 50 academic articles. Her work is cited frequently in the

academic and popular press. She co-authored the chapters on depression and somatization in the text, The Primary Care of Women,

edited by Drs. Karen Carlson and associates at Harvard Medical School. (Mosby, 2002)  To view her list of publications, please go to the

Directory of Researchers at Brown University.

Dr. Landau has been a consultant to healthcare practices and corporations on professional development.

She frequently lectures and presents seminars on a wide variety of topics, including the power of social healing,

stress management, women’s behavioral medicine and depression in college students. 

She maintains an independent practice as a consulting and clinical psychologist and sees patients in Providence, RI.

To arrange for a consultation, please phone the clinical office at 401.273.2828.  For inquiries about national and

international speaking engagements, please email

This site is an information center for Dr. Landau’s writing and consulting services. To inquire about a

consultation,  please phone the clinical office at 401.273.2828.


Carol Landau, Ph .D. is an author, consultant and speaker specializing in behavioral medicine, women’s health and mood management. Dr. Landau is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine at Alpert Medical School, Brown University. She is also Co-Chair of the Psychology and Psychiatry in Primary Care Committee in the Department of Medicine at Rhode Island Hospital, where she leads seminars on depression in primary care, adolescent and adult development and personality styles as well as other topics in behavioral medicine. She is a behavioral medicine and mental health expert at, and also writes for Healthy

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