Tamara Goldsby Ph.D.
Dr. Tamara Goldsby, Ph.D. is a Clinical Research Psychologist at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and is Lead Faculty at the California Institute for Human Science. She has been affiliated with U.C. San Diego for over a decade, with academic and research positions in the Psychology and Psychiatry departments, and currently UCSD’s Department of Family Medicine and Public Health. Prior to UCSD, she held positions with Oxford University and the London School of Economics (LSE) and received a Ph.D. in Psychology. She is also involved with UCSD’s Center of Excellence in Research and Training (CERT) in Integrative Health. Tamara’s specialty area of research is integrative health and particularly sound healing as an integrative health technique.
Dr. Goldsby’s research has been featured on CNN’s Staying Well series (with videotaped interview). Her research has been featured or discussed in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Psychology Today, Prevention Magazine, UCLArts & Healing (Part of the UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine, CCIM) and other prominent news outlets, as well as in academic peer-reviewed journals. She was the featured interview for The Globe and Mail (Canada), as well as featured interviews in Experience Life Magazine, Medium Magazine, Reebok, and Shondaland Magazine.
Tamara’s exciting future work is planned to include physiological measures of sound healing to examine the physical effects on the body and mind, as well as to begin to characterize the healing mechanisms of sound. This is planned to be a multi-national research effort spanning several universities and utilizing experts in the field.
Dr. Tamara Goldsby’s goal is to bring healing - less stress and more peace – to people on a large scale through her research and writing.
For more information, please visit her sound healing website.