Abigail M. Judge, Ph.D.

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Curriculum Vitae
Abigail M. Judge, Ph.D.
September 1, 2010
Private Psychotherapy Practice
1679 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
Ph: 617-528-9830
Fax: 617-585-7454
Advanced Forensic Fellowship
Children & the Law Program
Massachusetts General Hospital
388 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Ph: 617-585-7459
[email protected]
EDUCATION
9/10 - 8/11
Advanced Fellowship in Child Forensic Psychology
The Children and the Law Program of Massachusetts General Hospital
Clinical Fellow in Psychology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
9/09 - 8/10
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Child Forensic Psychology
The Children and the Law Program of Massachusetts General Hospital
Clinical Fellow in Psychology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
7/08 - 6/09
Predoctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology
The Cambridge Hospital/Cambridge Health Alliance
Clinical Fellow in Psychology, Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA
APA-accredited predoctoral internship
6/06 - 8/09
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
Child and Family Specialization Track
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Dissertation: Prospective identification of clinically relevant risk factors
influencing illness course in childhood- and adolescent-onset psychotic disorders.
Defended: April 28, 2008
Chair: David L. Penn, Ph.D.
8/03 - 5/06
M.A. in Clinical Psychology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Thesis: Recognizing and responding to early psychosis: A qualitative analysis of
individual narratives.
Defended: May 3, 2006
Advisor: David L. Penn, Ph.D.
8/96 - 5/00
B.A. in Psychology and English & American Literature/Creative Writing
track, summa cum laude
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
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AWARDS AND HONORS
4/09
The Martin S. Wallach Award
Awarded to the outstanding doctoral candidate of the graduating class, Clinical
Psychology Program, UNC-Chapel Hill
8/08 - 6/09
Fellowship of the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA)
8/07 - 7/08
The Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Fellowship in Child Psychology from the
American Psychological Foundation of the American Psychological Association
Recipient of one of five fellowships awarded nationally, and one of two in the
Clinical field.
8/07 - 7/08
Research Training Grant from Division 53, the Society of Clinical Child and
Adolescent Psychology of the American Psychological Association
5/04 - 5/07
Psi Chi Award for Excellence in Teaching, Department of Psychology, UNC
Chapel Hill
Awarded for the following years: 2004, 2005, & 2007
8/05 - 8/07
The Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference Work-Study Scholarships
Middlebury College, Ripton, VT
Awarded based on short story submissions for the following conferences: 2005,
2006, & 2007
8/07
Short story nominated by Bread Loaf instructor for the Best New American
Voices of 2008 series published annually by Harcourt Press
5/06
Awarded distinction for written doctoral examination, Department of
Psychology, UNC-Chapel Hill
10/05
Stephenson Award for Psychological Research, Department of Psychology,
UNC-Chapel Hill
11/05
Co-author of best annual manuscript published by a graduate student in the area
of obesity/eating disorders, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy’s
Obesity and Eating Disorders Special Interest Group
5/00
Class of 1955 Endowment Fund Prize for extraordinary academic achievement,
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
5/00
Phi Beta Kappa
8/98 - 6/99
The Schiff Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Brandeis University, Waltham,
MA
5/99
Dafna Zamarripa Gesundheit Fiction Award, Brandeis University Waltham, MA
5/99
Morse Hamilton Award for Fiction, Tufts University, Medford, MA
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5/99
Saber Undergraduate Grant for Research in Women's Studies, Brandeis
University, Waltham, MA
6/99 - 8/99
The Matina S. Horner Summer Research Fellowship, The Harvard Eating
Disorders Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
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CURRENT LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION
2010
Licensed Psychologist and Health Service Provider in Massachusetts (MA
License #9224)
SUPERVISED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
9/10 - 8/11
Advanced Post-doctoral Fellow in Child Forensic Psychology
The Children and the Law Program/Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Advanced post-doctoral fellowship in child forensic psychology and court ordered
evaluations of children and families, including child custody/Guardian ad Litem
(GAL) evaluations; risk assessment of problematic sexual behavior in juveniles;
independent research and yearlong coursework at the Harvard Law School.
Supervisors: Andrew Clark, M.D., Robin Deutsch, Ph.D. & Fabian Saleh, M.D.
9/09 - 8/10
Post-doctoral Fellow in Child Forensic Psychology
The Children and the Law Program/Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Full-time post-doctoral fellowship in child forensic psychology and court ordered
evaluations of children and families, including half-time child custody/GAL
evaluations, and half-time evaluations at the Boston Juvenile Court Clinic (e.g.,
termination of parental rights; care and protection; status offenses; delinquency).
Additional activities included: forensic psychological testing; organized and led
weekly group therapy for court-involved adolescent females; weekly didactic
seminars on adult and child forensic topics, Recent Court Decisions and Landmark
Cases; participated in Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy/Expert Witness
Workshop.
Supervisors: Andrew Clark, M.D. & Robin Deutsch, Ph.D. & (GAL evaluations);
Christine Darsney, Ph.D. & Jennifer Murphy, Ph.D. (Court Clinic); David Medoff,
Ph.D. (forensic psychological testing).
7/08 - 6/08
Predoctoral Intern in Clinical Psychology
The Cambridge Hospital/Cambridge Health Alliance
Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA
Full-time APA-approved predoctoral internship comprised of half-time
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outpatient therapy with children and adolescents, and half-time outpatient therapy
with adults. Responsibilities included: individual psychotherapy (approximately
18 hours/week); family therapy; case management; intake evaluations on the
Child Evaluation Team and Adult Evaluation Team; inpatient psychological
testing of psychiatrically hospitalized children and adolescents (i.e., cognitive
and personality testing, authored integrated reports and presentation of findings
to inpatient team); seminars and supervision emphasizing integrative and
psychodynamic treatment approaches.
Internship Director: Patricia Harney, Ph.D. Preceptors: Treniece Lewis Harris,
Ph.D. (child outpatient) & Deborah Woodford, Ph.D. (adult outpatient);
Supervisors: Silvia Gosnell, Ph.D., J.D., Melinda Kulish, Ph.D., & Irene Merwin,
Psy.D. (adult psychotherapy); Patrick Latham, Ph.D., & Marsha Padwa, Psy.D.
(child/adolescent psychotherapy); Christopher Pagano, Ph.D. & Anjana Rajan,
Psy.D. (child/adolescent inpatient testing).
8/10
Overcoming Barriers Family Camp
Common Ground Center, Starksboro, VT
Therapist and member of four-person Clinical Team at a weeklong, intensive court
ordered treatment program for families with an estranged/alienated parent in the
context of high conflict divorce. Led daily 3-hour group therapy for adolescent
females; co-facilitated sessions with adolescents and family members; individual
meetings with adolescents; interventions between children and family members in
the milieu; formulated aftercare planning; participated in Clinical Team meetings
three times/day.
Supervisors: Robin Deutsch, Ph.D. & Matthew Sullivan, Ph.D.
8/06 - 5/08
Outpatient Adolescent and Adult Psychodynamic Therapy
Davie Hall Psychological Services at UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Conducted once and twice-weekly outpatient psychodynamic individual therapy
with adult and adolescent patients; participated in weekly didactic seminar on the
theory and practice of psychodynamic therapy; weekly individual
supervision; formal case presentations to clinic supervisors and trainees.
Supervisor: Paul Brinich, Ph.D.
8/06 - 6/07
Child and Adolescent Outpatient Therapy
Davie Hall Psychological Services at UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Conducted weekly individual therapy with children, adolescents and
family members; engaged in weekly individual and group supervision based on
videotaped sessions; regular case presentations; yearlong didactic seminar on
cognitive-behavioral (e.g., CBT, DBT, IPT, etc.), as well as family-based and
integrative treatment approaches.
Supervisor: Jennifer Kogos-Youngstrom, Ph.D.
8/05 - 6/06
Adult Outpatient Therapy
Schizophrenia Treatment and Evaluation Program, Department of Psychiatry
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UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC
Conducted weekly cognitive-behavioral therapy with individuals with chronic
schizophrenia spectrum disorders, as well as patients experiencing a first episode
of psychosis, and conjoint sessions with partners/family members. Weekly
individual supervision based on audio-taped sessions.
Supervisor: David Penn, Ph.D.
8/05 - 6/06
Couples Therapy
Davie Hall Psychological Services at UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Conducted weekly outpatient couples therapy; engaged in weekly individual and
group supervision based on videotaped therapy sessions; yearlong didactic
seminar on cognitive-behavioral therapy for couples; regular case presentations
to practicum participants and supervisors.
Supervisors: Donald Baucom, Ph.D. & Jennifer Smith Kirby, Ph.D.
8/05 - 6/06
Child and Adolescent Psychotic Disorders Outpatient Therapy
Adolescent and School-aged Program for Intervention, Research, and Evaluation
(ASPIRE)
Department of Psychiatry, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Conducted weekly individual therapy with children and adolescents with early
onset psychotic illness (i.e., schizophrenia spectrum disorders); consultation with
parents and teachers of patients; supervision focused on adapting cognitivebehavioral interventions for adults with psychosis to child populations; weekly
meetings with ASPIRE’s multidisciplinary research and clinical team.
Supervisor: Lin Sikich, M.D.
8/05 - 6/06
Adult Group Therapy
Schizophrenia Treatment and Evaluation Program, Department of
Psychiatry, UNC Hospitals, Chapel Hill, NC
Led weekly group therapy for adults with chronic psychotic disorders
experiencing treatment-resistant auditory hallucinations; group emphasized
cognitive-behavioral techniques to help patients better understand and cope with
hallucinations; weekly individual and group supervision based on audio-taped
group sessions.
Supervisor: David Penn, Ph.D.
6/04 - 8/05
Child & Adolescent Inpatient Therapy and Assessment
The Children’s Psychiatric Institute at John Umstead State Hospital,
Butner, NC
Conducted individual therapy with adolescent patients on the acute inpatient and
long-term residential units; co-led weekly therapy groups on the male and female
inpatient units for hospitalized adolescents (i.e., process groups and psychoeducational groups on substance abuse and coping with anger). Psychological
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testing with children and adolescents to assess cognitive functioning, clarify
diagnosis, and aid in disposition. Provided feedback to patients, family members
& interdisciplinary treatment team. Weekly group and individual supervision.
Supervisors: Arlane Margolis, Ph.D. & Scott Schwartz, Ph.D.
1/04 - 6/04
Personality Assessment
Dorothea Dix State Hospital, & Davie Hall Psychological Services at UNC-CH,
Raleigh and Chapel Hill, NC
Administered intelligence tests, personality inventories, and projective tests to
outpatient as well as psychiatrically hospitalized children and adolescents;
interpreted results and authored integrated reports; weekly individual
supervision.
Supervisors: Scott Schwartz, Ph.D. & Cory Chen, M.A.
8/03 - 12/03
Cognitive Assessment
Estes Park Elementary School, Hillsborough, NC, & Davie Hall Psychological
Services at UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Administered intelligence tests (to children, adolescents, and adults), interpreted
results authored integrated reports; weekly individual and group supervision.
Supervisors: Arlane Margolis, Ph.D. & Cory Chen, M.A.
PROVISION OF CLINICAL SUPERVISION
8/07 - 5/08
Graduate Student Clinical Supervisor
Cognitive-Behavioral Couples Therapy
Davie Hall Psychological Services at UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Selected to provide weekly clinical supervision to junior clinical psychology
practicum students; reviewed videotapes of supervisees’ couples therapy sessions
and provided feedback via individual meetings; met regularly with attending
clinician to discuss student cases; co-instructed with Dr. Baucom a weekly yearlong didactic seminar on cognitive-behavioral therapy with couples.
Supervisor: Donald Baucom, Ph.D.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1/11 – 5/11 (expected) Adjunct Instructor in Psychology
Substance Use Disorders, Suffolk University
Boston, MA
Will instruct a seminar on the psychopathology of Substance Use Disorders,
including phenomenology, comorbidity, course and treatment. Students are enrolled
in a Master’s program in mental health counseling with content tailored to this
training level. Responsibilities to include design of entire course, preparation of
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course materials, facilitation of weekly three-hour seminar and evaluation of
students.
6/07 - 8/07
Instructor
Introduction to Psychology, Polk Correctional Institution, Butner, NC
Instructed a college-level course to 16 students in a medium-security prison for 1825 year-old incarcerated males. Responsibilities included: design of entire course;
preparation of all materials; facilitated twice-weekly 3-hour lectures and discussion;
management of student behavioral problems with correctional officers and prison
staff. Course topics provided an introduction to the subfields of psychology:
biological, social, personality, research design and abnormal psychology.
8/05 - 6/07
Instructor/Graduate Teaching Fellow
Abnormal Psychology, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Instructed 45-50 undergraduate students per semester in an Abnormal
Psychology course for five semesters. Responsibilities included: design of entire
course; preparation of syllabus, handouts, and exams; multimedia lecture
presentations three times per week; student meetings about course material and
undergraduate professional development. Course topics included: all major
DSM-IV disorders, introduction to clinical assessment, diagnosis and treatment.
Monthly supervision, including feedback based on videotaped lectures.
8/03 - 6/05
Teaching Assistant/Graduate Teaching Fellow
Research Methods, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Instructed 35 undergraduate students/semester in laboratory section of Research
Methods for four semesters. Instructed principles of research methods and data
analysis to support class-based and individual research projects; lectured on
ethics in psychological research; graded laboratory reports; conducted exam
review sessions; engaged in weekly teaching supervision.
REPORT OF SCHOLARSHIP
Current Unfunded Projects:
2010 -
Domestic Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Adolescent Females
Collaborators: Dr. Jennifer Murphy (Massachusetts General Hospital and the
Boston Juvenile Court Clinic) and Dr. Rebecca Brendel (Massachusetts General
Hospital)
The purpose of this collaboration is to articulate an integrated, interdisciplinary
model for the identification, evaluation and treatment of affected youth, and to
propose the unique role of psychologists in this work. Collaboration involves two
manuscripts in preparation, organization of a symposium for a national
conference, and grant writing. Secondary aims include a retrospective,
descriptive study of adolescent females seen in the Court Clinic involved in
commercial sexual exploitation in Boston.
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Problematic Sexual Behavior in Juveniles
Collaborator: Dr. Fabian Saleh (Massachusetts General Hospital)
The purpose of this collaboration is to consider the developmental factors that
inform problematic sexual behavior in juveniles and the implications of these
factors on evaluation and risk management. This includes a first-authored book
chapter on “sexting,” cybersex and pornography use among adolescents, which
has been accepted for publication in the Clinical Handbook of Adolescent
Addiction (John Wiley & Sons), and an oral presentation at a national conference
that is currently under review.
PUBLICATIONS
Peer-reviewed scientific reports published or in press:
1. Judge AM, Perkins DO, Nieri J, Penn DL. Pathways to care in first episode psychosis: A pilot study on
help-seeking precipitants and barriers to care. Journal of Mental Health 2005; 14 (5): 465-469.
2. Holt DJ, Titone D, Long SL, Goff DC, Cather C, Rauch SL, Judge AM, Kuperberg, GR. The
misattribution of affective valence to neutral words in delusions. Schizophrenia Research 2006; 82 (2-3),
247-256.
3. Thomas JJ, Judge AM, Brownell KD, Vartanian LR. Evaluating the effects of eating disorder memoirs
on readers’ eating attitudes and behaviors. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2006; 39: 418-425.
4. Judge AM, Estroff SE, Penn DL, Perkins DO. Recognizing and responding to early psychosis: A
qualitative analysis of individual narratives. Psychiatric Services 2008; 59 (1): 96-99.
5. Kalyanaraman S, Penn DL, Ivory JD, Judge AM. The Virtual Doppelganger: Effects of a Virtual
Reality Simulator on Perceptions of Schizophrenia. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 2010; 198
(6), 437–443.
6. Lowman JC, Judge AM, Wiss C. Lurking on the Internet: A small-group assignment for
undergraduate psychology instruction that puts a human face on psychopathology. Journal of Nervous
and Mental Disease; in press.
Book chapters:
1. Penn DL, Judge AM, Jamieson P, Garczynski J, Hennesy M, Romer D. (2005). Stigma. In: D.L. Evans, et
al. (ed.) Treating and Preventing Adolescent Mental Health Disorders: A Research Agenda. New York:
Oxford University Press; 2005; pp. 531-544.
2. Judge AM, Thomas JJ, Becker AE. Ethnic disparities in overweight and obesity in the U.S.: A review
of socio-cultural contributions. In: Melrose L, ed. New Developments in Obesity Research. New York:
Nova Science Publishers; 2006; pp. 85-119.
INVITED TEACHING AND PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Regional:
1. Judge AM (2009, May). Recognizing and responding to early psychosis: A qualitative analysis of
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individual narratives. Presentation to the research laboratory of Dr. Anthony Guiliano, Ph.D. of the Center
for High Risk Studies, Commonwealth Research Center, Massachusetts Mental Health Center/Beth Israel
Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA.
2. Judge AM (2010, March). Landmark cases in child abuse reporting. Presentation at the Landmark Cases
seminar to faculty and fellows of the Law and Psychiatry Service and Children & the Law Program, Department
of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.
3. Judge AM (2011, January). PTSD and complex trauma: phenomenology, differential diagnosis and
implications for court clinic evaluations. Scheduled presentation to psychology and social work interns at
the Boston Juvenile Court Clinic, Suffolk County Court, Boston, MA.
4. Judge AM (2011, February). Psychotic symptoms in children and adolescents: A primer for the court
clinician. Scheduled presentation to psychology and social work interns at the Boston Juvenile Court
Clinic, Suffolk County Court, Boston, MA.
5. Judge AM (2011, May). Removal from the Commonwealth: Case law and assessments. Scheduled
presentation to the Seminar Series of the Children & the Law Program, Department of Psychiatry,
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA.
6. Judge AM (2011, May). Visitation resistance, estrangement and alienation. Scheduled presentation to
the Seminar Series of the Children & the Law Program, Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General
Hospital, Boston, MA.
National:
1. Judge AM, Thomas JJ, Brownell KB, Vartanian LR (2006, March). Inspiration or “thinspiration”? The
utility of promoting eating disorder awareness through personal narratives. In M. Sinton & A. May (Chairs),
Social Influences on the Development of Disordered Eating and Weight Concerns. Symposium conducted at
the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, San Francisco, CA.
2. Judge AM (2009, January). In J. Roseman (Chair) and A. Jones (Discussant). Art, literature and media
in psychodynamic therapy: The treatment of a visual artist with complex trauma. Case presentation at the
annual meeting of the American Psychoanalytic Association, New York, New York.
3. Judge AM (2009, June). Chair of Special Fellows Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the International
Psychoanalytic Association, The Plain Sense of Poetry: Repetition, Reverberation, Transference. D.B.
Ruderman and Jesse Holding (Panelists), A. Jones (Discussant), Chicago, Illinois.
International:
1. Judge AM, Estroff SE, Perkins DO, Penn DL (2007, October). Recognizing and responding to early
psychosis: A qualitative analysis of individual narratives. In K. Boydell (Chair), Hearing Voices: The
Utilization of Qualitative Research in Early Psychosis. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the
Qualitative Research Consortium, Toronto, Ontario.
Poster presentations at professional meetings:
1. Judge AM, Perkins DO, Penn DL, Nieri J, Lieberman, JA. (2004, November). Pathways to care in first
episode psychosis: A pilot study on help-seeking precipitants and barriers to care. Poster session presented at
the annual meeting of the Association for Cognitive and Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA.
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2. Thomas JJ, Judge AM, Brownell KB, Vartanian LR. (2005, September). Evaluating the effects of
eating disorder memoirs on readers’ attitudes and behaviors. Poster session presented at the Annual
Eating Disorder Research Society Meeting, Toronto, Ontario.
3. Judge AM, Sterba SK, Prinstein MJ, Simon V, Spirito A. (2005, November). Self-mutilation as a
longitudinal predictor of suicidal ideation and attempts among clinically-referred adolescents. Poster
session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy,
Washington D.C.
4. Judge AM, Turner J, Kalyanaraman S, Penn, DL. (2005, November). The effects of simulated auditory
hallucinations on attitudes toward schizophrenia: A pilot investigation to reduce stigma. Poster session
presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy, Washington, D.C.
5. Judge AM, Estroff SE, Penn DL, Perkins DO. (2006, November). Recognizing and responding to early
psychosis: A qualitative analysis of individual narratives. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of
the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL.
6. Judge AM, Perkins DO, Saade S, Moos B, Graham K, Penn DL (2007, November). Evaluation of
clinical outcomes in a community-based outpatient program for first episode psychosis: An analysis of
preliminary outcomes. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral
and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, PA.
7. Judge AM, Sterba SK, Prinstein J, Simon V, Spirito A. (2008, June). Self-mutilation as a longitudinal
predictor of suicidal ideation and attempts among clinically referred adolescents: A reanalysis and
integration. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury, Cambridge, MA.
8. Judge AM, Sikich L, Penn DL (2008, August). A prospective evaluation of clinically relevant risk
factors on illness course in childhood and adolescent-onset psychotic disorders. Poster session presented
at the meeting of Koppitz Fellows at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association,
Boston, MA.
RECENT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
9/09 - present
Support to End Exploitation Now (SEEN) Coalition
Advisory Committee Member
Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County, Boston, MA
Member of this interdisciplinary collaboration between Boston law enforcement,
social services and the office of the District Attorney geared toward the
identification and decriminalization of adolescent females involved in
commercial sexual exploitation in Boston, MA.
EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES
Ad Hoc Reviewer for
The Journal of Mental Health
American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry
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GRANTS
3/10
Tuition Scholarship to attend the Annual Conference of the Association for
Family and Conciliatory Courts (AFCC) in Denver, CO, $450.
8/08 – 6/09
Fellowship of the American Psychoanalytic Association (APsaA)
Funds for APsaA conference registration including travel and accommodation at
the national and international meetings; journal subscriptions and books.
8/07 - 7/08
The Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Fellowship in Child Psychology from the
American Psychological Foundation of the American Psychological Association,
$25,000 stipend and $3,000 grant for conference travel.
8/07 - 7/08
Graduate Student Research Training Grant from the Society of Clinical Child and
Adolescent Psychology (Division 53) of the American Psychological
Association, $2,500.
11/06
Graduate School Travel Grant, UNC Chapel Hill, $250.
10/05
Stephenson Grant, Department of Psychology, UNC Chapel Hill, $1000.
5/00
Saber Undergraduate Research Grant in Women’s Studies, Brandeis University,
$500.
8/99 - 6/00
Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program, Brandeis University, Waltham,
MA, $1500.
6/99 - 8/99
Matina S. Horner Summer Fellowship, The Harvard Eating Disorders Center
(now the Harris Center) of Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical
School, Boston, MA, $3,500.
RECENT ADDITIONAL TRAININGS
9/09 - 10/09
Foundations for Forensic Mental Health Practice in Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts Medical School, Law and Psychiatry Department
Worcester, MA
3/10
Preventing the Domestic Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Adolescent
Girls: A Training for Providers Using the My Life, My Choice Curriculum
The Trauma Center, Justice Research Institute, Brookline MA
1/09 and 1/10
Harvard Law School/Harvard Medical School Expert Witness Exercise
Harvard Law School, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
American Psychoanalytic Association
American Psychological Association
Division 53 – Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
Division 39 – Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
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International Early Psychosis Association
Invited member, Qualitative Research Consortium (Chair: Katherine Boydell, Ph.D.)
International Society for Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
Massachusetts Association of Guardians ad Litem
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