Roslyn K. Malmaud, Ph.D. 
500 NE Spanish River Blvd. Suite 102
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Roslyn K. Malmaud, Ph.D.  is a clinical psychologist with a Ph.D. and M.S. conferred by the University of Massachusetts.    Her dissertation, Work and Marriage: The Two-Profession Couple, was published in 1981. She has also published and/ or given presentations on learning to diagnose, eating disorders, cognitive therapy, and parenting issues. She worked at the Milman Center for Research at Wellesley College for several years.  

In 1976, Dr. Malmaud began an internship at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston. Her training over two years was in adult and family therapy. At Mount Auburn Hospital, she worked in an in-patient unit. She has also consulted at three other Harvard Hospitals, as an Assistant Professor. Having spent more than a dozen years in hospital settings, Dr. Malmaud is experienced with health-related concerns and the aging process. She also spent several years working in eating disorder residential facilities. In addition to individual and family counseling, Dr. Malmaud ran groups on depression, anxiety, assertiveness, body image, grief, and PTSD.