Lauren Bylsma, PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Kate Thurston-Griswold received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the College of Wooster. Her senior thesis explored the impact of family separation on the mental health and academic performance of children of immigrants. During her undergraduate years, she assisted with research on the other-race effect and worked with the Culture and Mental Health Lab at the University of Southern California to help design educational initiatives and family-based clinical interventions for members of Spanish-speaking Latino communities who struggle with psychosis-related disorders.
Kate’s research and professional interests in psychology center around clinical interventions for adolescents and young adults with affective and anxiety disorders, as well as increasing cultural competence among practicing psychologists so as to help make mental health services more accessible and effective for traditionally under-served populations. She plans to pursue a doctoral degree from a clinical or counseling psychology program and ultimately become a licensed therapist.
Boris Birmaher, M.D.; Ron Dahl, M.D.; Rasim Diller, M.D.; Monique Ernst, Ph.D.; Erika Forbes, Ph.D.; Shirley Hill, Ph.D.; Alison Hipwell, Ph.D.; Dana McMakin, Ph.D.; Brooke Molina, Ph.D.; Dana Rofey, Ph.D.; Neal Ryan, M.D.; Michael Schlund, Ph.D.; Elizabeth (Birdie) Shirtcliff, Ph.D.; Jennifer Silk, Ph.D.; Trish Tan, Ph.D.
Jason Gruzing (starting January 2019)
Kristy Benoit Allen
Rebecca Kerestes, PhD
Vinod Sharma, PhD