Molly Faye Davis, PhD

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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Research Psychologist, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Psychiatry

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2716 South Street
8th floor, Room 8360
Roberts Center for Pediatric Research
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Office: 267-425-0721
B.A. (Psychology)
Emory University, 2012.
M.S. (Clinical Psychology)
University of Georgia, 2014.
PhD (Clinical Psychology)
University of Georgia, 2019.
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Selected Publications

Davis M, Jones JD, Gallop R, So A, Dysart G & Young JF : Adolescent depression symptom trajectories detected via universal screening in pediatric primary care. Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology August 2023 Notes: In Press.

Esposito J, Davis M & Boyd RC: Suicide Prevention in Pediatric Healthcare Settings. Pediatric Clinics of North America August 2023 Notes: In Press.

Rea KE, Armah AE, Eaton CK, Suveg C, Davis M. : It’s on me: The perspective of young adults without complex medical needs on learning to manage their healthcare Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology 11(2): 217-227, June 2023.

Hamdan SZ, Davis M, Faig W, Guthrie W, Yerys BE, & Wallis KE: Lower depression screen completion and higher positivity among autistic adolescents in a large pediatric primary care network Academic Pediatrics June 2023 Notes: In Press.

Davis M, Siegel J, Becker-Haimes EM, Jager-Hyman S, Beidas RS, Young JF, Wislocki K, Futterer A, Mautone JA, Buttenheim AM, Mandell DS, Marx D, Wolk CB.: Identifying common and unique barriers and facilitators to implementing evidence-based practices for suicide prevention across primary care and specialty mental health settings. Archives of Suicide Research 27(2): 192-214, April 2023.

Hamdan SZ, Davis M, Faig W, Guthrie W, Yerys B, Wallis KE : Lower depression screening rate and higher positivity among autistic adolescents. Oral platform presentation delivered at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting in Washington, D.C. April 2023.

So A, Davis M, Kanine R, Jones JD, Bush M, & Young JF. : Increase in adolescent suicide risk during the COVID-19 pandemic in the context of a school-based depression prevention study Poster presented at the Society for Research on Adolescence Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA April 2023.

*Jones JD, *Long EE, Hankin BL, Gallop R, Davis MF & Young JF.: Personalized depression prevention reduces dependent stressors among adolescents: Results from a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology Page: 1-14, March 2023 Notes: In Press. *Denotes co-first authors.

Kanine RM, Bush ML, Davis M, Jones JD, Sbrilli MD, Young JF.: Depression prevention in pediatric primary care: Implementation and outcomes of Interpersonal Psychotherapy-Adolescent Skills Training. Child Psychiatry & Human Development 54: 96-108, February 2023.

Young JF, Davis M, & Mufson L.: Interpersonal risk factors. Treatment of Psychosocial Risk Factors in Depression. Dozois DJA & Dobson KS (eds.). American Psychological Association, Page: 81-103, 2023.

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