- Assistant Professor, Psychology
Tom Wooldridge, Psy.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Golden Gate University, where he teaches courses in counseling skills, family therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and lifespan development. His clinical and research focus is on psychosomatic illnesses, particularly anorexia nervosa in males. Most recently, he published an article on this topic in Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment & Prevention. In addition, Tom has a small private practice in Berkeley, where he works with individuals, couples, and families. Before joining the core faculty at Golden Gate University, Tom completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland in the Early Childhood Mental Health Department, where he worked with children and families involved in the child welfare system.
RESEARCH INTERESTS AND AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Anorexia nervosa in adolescent males
Cultural competence and cultural humility
PsyD (psychology), Argosy University, 2011
MA (psychology), Argosy University, 2009
AB (philosophy), Brown University, 2006
PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Golden Gate University, faculty
Argosy University / San Francisco Bay Area, adjunct faculty (2012)
Children's Hospital and Research Center Oakland: Early Childhood Mental Health Department, Postdoctoral Fellow
National Asian-American Psychology Training Center at RAMS, Inc., Predoctoral Intern
Wooldridge, T. & Lytle, P. (2012). An overview of anorexia nervosa in males. Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 20(5), 368-378.