Mark L. Ruffalo

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


Curriculum vitae


mlruffalo@gmail.com


(813) 694-4238 (office)


Department of Psychiatry

University of Central Florida; Tufts University (Adjunct)

10335 Cross Creek Boulevard
Suite 15
Tampa, FL 33647



Mark L. Ruffalo

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


Contact

Mark L. Ruffalo

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


Curriculum vitae


mlruffalo@gmail.com


(813) 694-4238 (office)


Department of Psychiatry

University of Central Florida; Tufts University (Adjunct)

10335 Cross Creek Boulevard
Suite 15
Tampa, FL 33647




Mark L. Ruffalo, M.S.W., D.Psa., is a psychotherapist in private practice in Tampa, Florida, and serves as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine and Adjunct Instructor of Psychiatry at Tufts University School of Medicine. He has broad clinical experience in the psychoanalytic treatment of mood, personality, and psychosomatic disorders, and has particular interest in the psychotherapy of schizophrenia and borderline personality disorder.

During his training at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Ruffalo had the unique opportunity to work with severely ill patients in long-term psychotherapy, an area in which he has developed internationally-recognized expertise. He has published previously in the American Journal of Psychotherapy, Psychoanalytic Social Work, Psychiatric Times, and the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. He currently serves as Co-Director of the Psychotherapy Track at the UCF/HCA Healthcare Orlando Psychiatry Residency Program and is the founding editor of The Carlat Psychotherapy Report.

Dr. Ruffalo sees patients at his private office in Tampa on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. He frequently works in collaboration with psychiatrists but does not prescribe medication. Formal consultation or psychotherapy can occur if you are located in Florida. For out-of-state residents, Dr. Ruffalo can provide expert informal consultation or offer a second opinion on psychiatric diagnosis and recommended course of treatment.
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