Cathryn graduated from the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences and is pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology. Her current research interests include the impacts of race/ethnicity on mental health treatment experiences and outcomes.
Lang Duong graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in psychology. She completed an independent research project on the impact of acculturative strategies on Asian adolescents' ethnic identity and psychosocial well-being. She decided to join the Center for Psychotherapy Research because of the parallelism between the mission of the center and her research interests, which includes the creation of culturally-sensitive psychotherapies and the democratization of psychological sciences. She is currently studying at the University of Miami as a Child Clinical Psychology PhD student under Dr. Amanda Jensen-Doss' advisory.
Elly graduated from Johns Hopkins University in December of 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Spanish. As an undergraduate, she did research on the quality of mental health care in Argentine prisons and worked with the undocumented community in Baltimore to improve access to social resources. She is now conducting research on sleep and depression in the Sleep Neurobiology and Psychopathology Lab under Dr. Jennifer Goldschmied and eventually plans to pursue a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology.
Catherine joined the Center for Psychotherapy Research as a research coordinator in June 2019 after receiving her B.A. in Psychology from Vassar College. During her time at Vassar, she completed an individual research project on the effects of self-reinforcement on interpersonal relationships following social exclusion. She also served as a lab intern for Vassar’s psychology department during the 2018-2019 school year. She is now pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Ohio State University under Dr. Dan Struck.
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