Ethan Rothstein, PhD, earned his doctoral degree in Developmental-Clinical Psychology from the University of Maine. He is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other evidence based treatments. He has treated individuals with ADHD, depression, anxiety disorders, disruptive behaviors, academic difficulties, and adjustment disorders. His goal in therapy is to reduce the impact that symptoms have on the individual’s life. He has experience with individual, family, and group modalities of treatment. He has completed psychodiagnostic, psychoeducational, and neuropsychological assessments in order to identify areas of need and has served as the consulting psychologist for hospitals, schools, and the Department of Corrections.
Dr. Rothstein received his Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Following his studies at the University of Maine, he completed his clinical internship in Pediatric Psychology at Geisinger Medical Center in Pennsylvania. At the Southfield Center, Ethan devotes his clinical expertise to the diagnosis and treatment of childhood and family issues by drawing from his training in a variety of clinical modalities. Dr. Rothstein also serves as the part-time School Psychologist at the Pear Tree Point School in Darien. In his free time, he likes running, cooking, and spending time in or on the water with his family.