Clinical Psychology: Adolescent mental health and risky behavior, suicidal ideation, intervention work for at-risk adolescents, assessment of service use
Emma is a fifth-year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology Department at George Mason University working with Dr. Christy Esposito-Smythers. She graduated from New York University in May of 2014 with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and minors in Child & Adolescent Mental Health and in Music. She spent the two years prior to entering the program as a Research Associate at The Center for Implementation and Dissemination of Evidence-based Practices in States (IDEAS Center) at the NYU Child Study Center. Her research interests include 1) high-risk behaviors in the adolescent population, primarily in suicidality; 2) mental health service use by children and families; 3) implementation and dissemination of evidence-based practices; and 4) integrated mental health services (e.g. pediatric medical/hospital settings).
B.A., New York University, 2014