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Dehra Glueck, MD

Current Position
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Child)

University Roles
Medical Director of Standardized Patient Program
Collaborative Care Attending

Education and Training
Undergraduate : Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, B.A. in Biology and Philosophy 1996.
Medical Degree: University of Arkansas, College of Medicine, Little Rock, Arkansas, 2000
Residency: Triple Board Residency - Primary Care Pediatrics, Adult Psychiatry, and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 2005

Major Awards
Suzanne I. Park Memorial Psychotherapy Award – Received Twice in Recognition of Excellence in Psychotherapy, 2004, 2005

110% Award, Received in Recognition of Outstanding Research and Program Development, 2003

Pediatric Teaching Award – Given by Medical Students in Recognition of Outstanding Resident Teaching in a Subspecialty, University of Kentucky, College of Medicine, 2001

Areas of Clinical Interest
Standardized Patients in Education, Collaboration with Primary Care Providers, Telemedicine, Somatoform Disorders, Reactions to Chronic Medical Illnesses, Depression, and Anxiety.


Areas of Research Interests
Standardized Patients in Education, Collaboration with Primary Care Providers, Telemedicine, and Reactions to Chronic Medical Illnesses.


Key Publications
Glueck DA (2011 Jan). Telepsychiatry in private practice. Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 20(1): 1-11.  Full Article ->

Savin D, Glueck DA, Chardavoyne J, Yager J, Novins DK (2011 Jan). Bridging cultures: child psychiatry via videoconferencing. Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am. 20(1): 125-34.  Full Article ->

Glueck, Dehra. "Establishing Therapeutic Rapport in Telemental Health." Telemental Health: Clinical, Technical and Administrative Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice, Ed. Kathleen Myers. London: Elsevier, 2013. 29-46.

Glueck, Dehra. "Business Aspects of Telemental Health in Private Practice." Telemental Health: Clinical, Technical and Administrative Foundations for Evidence-Based Practice, Ed. Kathleen Myers. London: Elsevier, 2013. 111-134.