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Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Educational Psychology · University of Connecticut
Professor Chafouleas is an expert on whole child, school mental health, behavioral assessment, and K12 tiered systems of support.
Core Faculty and Director of the Neuropsychology Specialization Training Program · Fielding Graduate University
Author of two groundbreaking books providing tools for recognizing substance and behavioral addictions
Addiction Assessment Provider-Patient Relationships Addiction Treatment Within the Context of Psychotherapy Thinking About Theories : Finding Your Clinical Orientation Facilitating Addiction Recognition in Mental Health Care and Health Care Settings
Program Director of the Master of Interdisciplinary Studies Degree · Southern Utah University
Specializing in Heart-based Hope Communication, Culture, and Leadership
Faculty Research Specialist - Clinical Psychology · Fielding Graduate University
Pediatric Psychology; Child Pain; Parent-Child Interactions in Stressful Medical Situations; Psychological Effects of School Gardens
Professor of Social Work · Baylor University
Dr. Ellor works with older adults around issues of mental and spiritual health
Associate Professor of Department of Human Development and Family Studies · Michigan State University
Measurement and Assessment of Early Childhood Language and Literacy.
Assistant Professor of Child Clinical Psychology · Southern Utah University
A licensed psychologist specializing in clinical child psychology, principles of phycological assessment, and sibling conflict resolution
Professor of Geriatric Medicine · Cochrane Institute of Primary Care and Public Health
Professor of Geriatric Medicine in the Division of Population Medicine in the School of Medicine at Cardiff University
Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Associate Member, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health · Diabetes Canada
Dr Schmitz's research focuses on the role of lifestyle and psychological problems as risk factors for the development of type 2 diabetes.