THE COHORT EIGHT FELLOWS 2018–2020
PhD candidate, Child Clinical Psychology, Pennsylvania State University
Researching the intergenerational reach of childhood maltreatment and its effects on self-regulation during early parenthood.
PhD candidate, Clinical Psychology, Oklahoma State University
Working at the intersection of trauma and health to identify, treat, and prevent child maltreatment and its long-term effects.
PhD candidate, Clinical Child Psychology, University of Kansas
Researching the association between parents’ childhood maltreatment on their children’s current experience of family dysfunction.
Arizona State University Center for Child Well-being
PhD, Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley
Using practice based research to identify and promote familial supports for maltreated children.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
PhD, Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis
Applying community-based system science methods to investigate and improve service delivery for homeless families with children.
PhD candidate, Child Clinical Psychology, University of Washington
Advancing equity in mental health services for children and families through research in implementation science, global health and clinical psychology.
PhD candidate, Developmental and Clinical Psychology, University of Minnesota
Examining the effects of large-scale early childhood interventions on lifelong mental health and well-being, especially in contexts of early adversity.
Deborah J. Moon
University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work
PhD, Social Welfare, University of Kansas
Interested in mental health, parenting, prevention of adverse childhood experiences, and disseminating preventive family-focused psychosocial interventions in integrated healthcare settings.