Dr. Deana Goldin is a nationally certified Family and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of experience. She has a PhD in Nursing Education (Nova Southeastern University), a Doctor of Nursing Practice and Family Nurse Practitioner degree (University of Miami), a Post-Master’s degree in Psychiatric Mental Health from Johns Hopkins University and is a fellow of the Integrative Psychiatry Institute, Boulder, Colorado. Dr. Goldin is a Clinical Associate Professor at the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Florida International University. Dr. Goldin has a broad background in healthcare with specific training in family practice and integrative mental health across the lifespan and works with diverse populations.
Dr. Goldin become a leader in raising awareness and educating clinicians on the critical need to identify, manage, and appropriately treat mental health disorders in primary care settings. Dr. Goldin has published numerous articles focusing on uncommon and subtle psychiatric conditions that could easily be overlooked in primary care settings.
Dr. Goldin writes for Psychology Today, is a Clinical Medical Director for Medfast, Special Olympics, an international organization created to provide physical examinations that athletes need prior to participating in Special Olympics sports programming, and a member of the #SameHere Psych Alliance, a globally recognized organization that brings together athletes, celebrities, and expert practitioners to focus on mental health education and prevention/intervention programs.