sophia aizin

Sophia is a doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology.  Her research focuses on the development and implementation of a parent group intervention based on RFP-C principles. Sophia is most interested in how the group will affect parental sense of competence and self-efficacy. More broadly, she is interested in contributing to research that increases the evidence base for psychodynamic interventions with children and their families.

Tali clements

Tali is a doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Programat Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. Her research focuses on developing and piloting a short-term parent intervention for mothers with children who present with oppositional behaviors. She is specifically interested in examining parents' adverse childhood experiences, parental stress, and the mother-child attachment relationship.

YULIA GOROKHOVSKY

Yulia is a doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She previously received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Hunter College. Her clinical interests include childhood development, mood disorders and anxiety disorders. 

Michelle.jpg

Michelle Joaquin

Michelle is a pre-doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She has a Master's degree in Forensic Psychology. She has previous forensic work and research experience in childhood maltreatment, and currently is an Adjunct Professor teaching a course on child abuse and neglect. Her research interests include racial and economic disparities, and childhood maltreatment.

tatianna kufferath

Tatianna is a pre-doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She previously received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Columbia College. Her clinical interests include parenting, attachment, and trauma.

thomas.jpg

thomas kui

Thomas is a pre-doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. He received his Bachelor of Arts in psychology at Hunter College. His research interests include children with autism and learning disabilities. He is currently developing a program for helping parents of toddlers develop greater emotion regulation capacities using an RFP-C model.

anthea malone

Anthea is a pre-doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She is interested in psychotherapy treatments for children with behavioral and mood disorders. Anthea's background in art therapy informs her interest in the clinical use of play and art making as a means of self-expression and communication. Specifically, she is interested in creative expressive interventions with children towards increasing capacity for emotion regulation.