Dr. Lebensohn comes to the Center from the University of Arizona, College of Medicine, where she has served in different faculty roles since 1993. Dr. Lebensohn is a graduate of the Center's Fellowship in Integrative Medicine class 2005. She was the Family Medicine Residency program director from 1999-2007. She is presently serving as one of the Mentors for the Societies program in the College of Medicine and she is the director for the Integrative Medicine in residency program. Dr Lebensohn also continues to serve as a clinical faculty for the Family Medicine residency and coordinates the Integrative Family Medicine program at the U of A.
Dr. Lebensohn is a board certified family physician who has additional training in psychiatry and family therapy. She received her medical degree from the National University of Rosario, Argentina in 1982. Dr. Lebensohn completed a psychiatry residency in Argentina in 1987 and a Family Medicine residency at St. Josephs Health Center in Syracuse, NY in 1993. She also hasextensive training in family systems therapy.
Dr. Lebensohn continues to provide full spectrum family medicine including prenatal care and delivery. In addition to integrative medicine, she has a special interest in maternal-child health, women's health, behavioral health, and cross-cultural aspects of medicine.
M.D., School of Medicine, University of Rosario, Argentina, 1982
Women's health, mulitcultural health training
International health; also teachers part-time in Argentina