Dr. Kimberly Citron is a Licensed Psychologist and Behavioral Health Clinician and is the Director of Domestic Violence, Research, and Education at Community Health Center, Inc.. Dr. Citron has a faculty appointment at the Weitzman Institute where she is working to advance behavioral health research as well as research related to integrated care. Dr. Citron has extensive educational and professional experience in the field of psychology.
She has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from City University of New York’s The Graduate Center with a Forensic Psychology subspecialty from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She has worked in in-patient, in-home, and outpatient setting providing services to children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Citron has a strong interest in providing services that enhance the physical and emotional well-being of all family members. Throughout her career she has conducted research integrating psychology and the law, with a focus on disparities between groups.
Dr. Citron has published several articles related to forensic psychology, and her current research agenda focuses on innovative interventions and ways to improve behavioral health services within a primary care setting. Dr. Citron has a Clinical Faculty Appointment at Quinnipiac University at the Frank H. Netter School of Medicine, where she mentors students on their CAPSTONE projects and serves as instructor for Independent Study courses. Dr. Citron has also published a children’s book entitled “Mommy Loves,” in which she promotes attunement and bonding between caregiver and child.