Simone Hoermann, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry
Dr. Simone Hoermann is a Clinical Psychologist at the Columbia Day Treatment Program for Intensive Group Therapy and facilitates groups on general psychotherapy, Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy Skills Training, and Anxiety Management.
She received her Ph.D. from the University of Innsbruck in Austria, and completed pre- and postdoctoral fellowships at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Hoermann was a fellow of the American Psychoanalytic Association from 2003 to 2004, and trained in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with the Columbia Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Program.
Her interests include anxiety, traumatic stress, depression, and personality disorders. She has conducted research on health service utilization, effectiveness of psychological interventions, and relationships between patients and health care providers. She has served as a peer reviewer for the journals Neuropsychoanalysis, Psychiatry Research, and Psychoanalytic Psychology.
Board Certifications: New York State License in Clinical Psychology
• Anxiety Disorders
Room Suite 400 Unit/Box:
51 W. 51th St.
New York, NY 10019
1. Hoermann S, Doering S, Richter R, Walter MH, Schuessler G: Patients´ Needs For Information Before Surgery.. Psychotherapy, Psychosomatics, and Medical Psychology 2000;50: 1-6
2. Hoermann S, Clarkin, JF, Hull JW, Fertuck EA: Attachment Dimensions as Predictor of Medical Health Service Utilization in Individuals with DSM-IV Cluster B Personality Disorders.
. Journal of Personality Disorders 2005;18 (6): 595-602
3. Hoermann S, Clarkin JF, Levy KN, Hull JW: The Construct of Effortful Control: An Approach to Borderline Personality Disorder Heterogeneity.. Psychopathology 2005;38: 82-86
4. Fertuck EA, Lenzenweger MF, Clarkin JF, Hoermann S, Stanley B.
: Executive Neurocognition, Memory Systems, and Borderline Personality Disorder.. Clinical Psychology Review 2005;28: 346-375
5. Hoermann S: Commentary on: Confabulation in Dementia: Constantly Compensating Memory Systems By Ing-Mari Tallberg
. Neuropsychoanalysis 2007;9 (1): 28-31