I’m excited to welcome our latest publication—The Carlat Psychotherapy Report (CPTR). While our focus at Carlat Publishing has historically been on unbiased psychopharmacology education, we know that in many patients, psychotherapy is also a crucial ingredient in their care. For that reason, I reached out to Dr. Mark Ruffalo, an accomplished social worker and psychodynamic psychotherapist who has a passion for writing and teaching about psychotherapy.
As the inaugural Editor-in-Chief of The Carlat Psychotherapy Report, Dr. Ruffalo will create and edit a variety of engaging and practical content to help you learn new therapeutic skills and refine existing ones.
Please drop either Dr. Ruffalo or me an email to let us know how you like it and what topics you’d like to see covered in future issues.
Daniel Carlat, MD
Welcoming Our New Editor-in-Chief
It’s our pleasure to introduce Mark Ruffalo, MSW, DPsa, as the Editor-in-Chief of our newly established publication, The Carlat Psychotherapy Report. Dr. Ruffalo is a psychodynamic psychotherapist in private practice in Tampa, Florida, and serves as Instructor of Psychiatry at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and Adjunct Instructor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine. He has broad clinical experience in the psychoanalytic treatment of mood disorders, personality disorders, and psychosomatic illness, and has particular interest in the psychotherapy of schizophrenia. During our process to gain accreditation for therapists from appropriate governing bodies, the Carlat CME Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, so psychiatrists may receive their continuing medical education credits through CPTR. Until then, Dr. Ruffalo works under the radar to enable us to produce the standard of excellence we are so proud to deliver.
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