Stephanie Sogg, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School

Stephanie Sogg is a clinical psychologist at the Weight Center at Massachusetts General Hospital and an assistant professor in psychology at Harvard Medical School. She has been teaching college psychology courses since 1993, and has been teaching personality theory since 2000.

Sogg earned her PhD in clinical psychology at Rutgers University in 1998 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Cambridge Hospital in 1999. Sogg has specialized in a number of areas throughout her career, including child and adolescent psychology, emergency psychology, major mental illness, and addictions. Since 1999, Sogg has specialized in the field of obesity. In addition to her clinical work, she conducts research, presents nationally and internationally, and publishes in academic journals on the areas of her expertise.


  • PhD Rutgers University