Linden Lalley-Chareczko, MA
Linden is currently working as a Research Assistant for multiple studies within the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program involving patients who have insomnia alone, or insomnia and a history of depression or cancer. Linden also volunteers as a Research Assistant for two laboratories at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. At PCOM, Linden assisted in the creation of a treatment manual aimed at promoting hope and treatment adherence in dually-diagnosed populations. Linden also conducts clinical interviews and assists in qualitative data analysis. Linden graduated from Lebanon Valley College with her bachelor's degree in Psychology and from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice with a master's degree in forensic Psychology. While at John Jay, Linden worked as a Research Assistant within a study evaluating the civil commitment system for dangerous sexual offenders in the state of New Jersey. She completed her master's thesis using this data. Linden is also a member of Psi Chi as well as the APA.