Dr. Hollander is Co-Director of Boston Child Study Center – Maine where he provides expert supervision and training to BCSC’s DBT program as well as clinical consultation to patients and families. He is a nationally recognized expert on the causation and treatment of self-injury, and lectures throughout the U.S. on the subject. He has been treating adolescents and their families for over 40 years and in addition to his role at BCSC – Maine, has held numerous positions of clinical leadership at McLean Hospital. Dr. Hollander is also a co-founder of McLean’s exceptional 3East dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) program, where he provides consultation to patients, family and staff.
In addition to Dr. Hollander’s work at 3East, he is a supervisor in McLean’s mentalization-based treatment (MBT) clinic. He is on the faculty of the McLean/Massachusetts General Hospital Child Psychiatry Fellowship Program and was recognized as Teacher of the Year in 1998. Dr. Hollander is also a supervisor in the Behavioral and Research Training Clinic at the University of Washington, and a trainer for Behavioral Tech, traveling nationally and internationally to train clinicians in DBT.