Clinical Psychology
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas

Sarah Thomas

PTSD, couples, military psychology, interpersonal impacts of psychopathology

Sarah Thomas is a second-year doctoral student in George Mason's Clinical Psychology program, working with Dr. Keith Renshaw in the Anxiety, Stress, & Relationships Lab. Prior to attending George Mason, she worked at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Autism Research. Sarah is especially interested in working with military families, and has volunteered with the National Center for PTSD at the Boston VA Medical Center, and the Blue Star Families Operation Family Caregiver program. Currently, she is interested in researching the impacts of stress and trauma on romantic relationships and family systems.

Selected Publications

Thomas, S.A., Renshaw, K.D., Allen, E.S., & Stewart, J.L. (2016, November). Post-deployment parenting in service members and their partners. Accepted for the 50th Annual Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Convention (ABCT), New York, NY.

Taft, C.T., Weatherill, R.P., Panuzio-Scott, J., Thomas, S.A., Kang, H.K., & Eckhardt, C.I. (2015) Social information processing in anger expression and partner violence in returning veterans. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 28, 315-321.

 

 

Education

B.A. Psychology, B.A. History, Villanova University, 2012