She also co-leads workshops and training at the Pennsylvania Gestalt Center and is Founder and Director of the Center for a Healthy World, a volunteer-driven psychotherapy and training cooperative. Dori is a board-certified psychiatrist in private practice seeing children, adults and families.
Naturally, her other significant credential is having had Cushing's Disease herself! She has had both pituitary surgery and two gamma knife radiosurgeries. Her topic in the first guest chat was Psychiatric Issues with Cushing's Disease.
Dr. Middleman was recently interviewed on a Philadelphia-area public radio talkshow, Voices in the Family, and spoke about Cushing's Disease and how to make meaning out of illness and adversity. The show is available for listening online by going to Listen here »
Read Dr. Dori Middleman's article How To Have Fun With A Brain Tumor.
Read Psychiatric Issues of Cushing's Patients
Read "DrDori", Dr. Dori Middleman's First Guest Chat, Psychiatric Issues with Cushing's Disease, April 14, 2004.
Listen to Dr. Dori's Archived Interview from June 12, 2008