Sana Goldberg, NP, liaises between academia and clinical practice. She has worked with a diversity of patients across settings from the perspective of researcher, social worker, nurse, and provider. A public health advocate, she’s presented at World Congress, TEDx Harvard, and The Society for Neuroscience, with work featured on NPR, PBS, and in publications ranging from The European Journal of Neuroscience to Real Simple. She is the recipient of the OHSU Early Career Achievement Award, the PCC Diamond Award, and the author of of How to Be a Patient: The Essential Guide to Navigating the World of Modern Medicine, Harper Collins, 2019.

She received her MSN from Yale University and currently practices in the Pacific Northwest, providing therapy and medication support to a diversity of individuals across the lifespan. Here—she brings the holistic perspective of nursing to the therapeutic relationship, with a practice style that blends therapy with evidence-based medicine. She enjoys working with individuals and couples, and specializes in both adolescent and adult psychiatry.