Liat Helpman, PhD

Dr. Helpman is a second year T32 fellow with the GMHP at Columbia. She is currently involved in the OSITA program in Bogota, Colombia, making evidence based stepped-care mental health interventions accessible to internally displaced women. Her research focuses on individual differences in reactivity to traumatic stress, and she is part of Dr. Yuval Neria’s trauma team at the Anxiety Disorders Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, working on using biomarkers and behavioral paradigms to further study mechanisms driving such differences. Dr. Helpman holds a BA in Psychology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and an MA in Clincal Psychology from Columbia University. She completed her Clinical Psychology doctoral work at Bar Ilan University in Israel, where she explored individual differences in endocrine and emotional reactivity to social stress.

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