I am a clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh. I received my graduate training in the Child Clinical Psychology Program at The Pennsylvania State University. My research aims to improve mental health outcomes for children who experience maltreatment through better implementation of evidence-based practices and expansion of mental health services into non-traditional settings. I am particularly interested in improving the availability and quality of mental health care in rural areas.

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Research Interests

  • Child maltreatment and parenting
  • Children’s mental health services
  • Implementation science
  • Rural families and service systems
  • Team-based care
  • Child Advocacy Centers
  • Integrated primary care