Lab Brunch - July 2019

Lab Brunch - July 2019

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Margo bernstein

Margo Bernstein is a doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She previously received her BA from Brandeis University. Her clinical
interests include childhood anxiety disorders, externalizing disorders, and parent management. Her research focuses on the neuropsychological components of Nonverbal Learning Disability.

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CARLY BROOKS

Carly is a doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at Ferkauf School of Psychology. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University and her Masters degree in Social Work at Columbia University. Carly’s research will focus on case study research and its application to RFP-C research. Her clinical interests include anxiety, selective mutism, ADHD and educational challenges.

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DA SEL CHo-LEE

Da Sel is a doctoral candidate in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She has a dual master's degree in special and general education. She previously worked as a learning specialist with students in kindergarten to fourth grade. Her research interests include anxiety, ADHD, and learning disabilities. In addition, she is also interested in examining culturally responsive therapy approaches, particularly among the East Asian population.

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Julia giordano

Julia Giordano is a doctoral student in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. Her research will focus on comparing internet-based parent training programs from two perspectives (Parent Management Training & RFP-C). Julia's clinical interests include parenting, attachment and children with externalizing disorders.

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BRittany gurney

Brittany Gurney is a doctoral student in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She previously received her Masters degree from Teachers College Columbia University in Clinical Psychology, with a concentration in children and families. Her research will focus on emotion dysregulation and ADHD. Her clinical interests include child and adolescent ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, and pediatric integrated care.

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Michelle Joaquin

Michelle is a 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-Lin

Tatianna 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 Columbia College. Her research will focus on reflective functioning and psychotherapy process in the parent component of RFP-C. Her clinical interests include parenting, attachment, and trauma.

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thomas kui

Thomas is a 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 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.

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Lauren wildes

Lauren Wildes is a doctoral student in the School-Clinical Child Psychology Program at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Jewish Studies from Barnard College, Columbia University. Lauren's research focuses on an internet-based RFP-C intervention for parents whose children present with externalizing behaviors. Her clinical interests include autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities.

Lab Brunch - July 2018

Lab Brunch - July 2018