Tamara L. Goldsby, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Psychology, 2009, University of Surrey
Graduate Study, Social Psychology, 2000-2005, London School of Economics
M.A., Counseling Psychology, 1990, National University
M.A., Human Behavior, 1988, National University
B.A., Psychology, 1986, Alliant International University
Tamara Goldsby, Ph.D., has been affiliated with U.C. San Diego for more than a decade, with academic and research positions in the Psychology and Psychiatry departments, and currently the CERT Integrative Medicine Department. Previously, she held positions with Oxford University and LSE’s Psychology Departments and received a Ph.D. in Psychology. Additionally, her background includes master’s degrees in Counseling Psychology and Human Behavior with positions in counseling, as well as advising and mentoring students. Strong interest in and practice of yoga and singing bowl sound meditations led to conducting an ongoing study in conjunction with UCSD on the effects of Tibetan singing bowl sound meditations. This study utilizes Tibetan singing bowls, crystal bowls, gongs, and other vibrational instruments for the purposes of meditation and healing.