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Dr. Sarah Westen receives APA Research Grant

Published: Jan 5th, 2018

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Andrew McConville receives award for Outsanding Post-Bac Student from SPP

Published: Jan 4th, 2018

Andrew received the award from the Student Advisory Board for the Society of Pediatric Psychology (APA Division 54)

Students and Faculty receive awards for therapy, teaching and research accomplishments during the past year

Published: Nov 30th, 2017

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Marie Chardon Wins Multiple Student Awards

Published: Nov 27th, 2017

Marie Chardon has won both a dissertation research award and an APA Division 54 student research award.

Congrats to the 2017 Doctoral Graduates from the Ped Psych Team!

Published: Aug 7th, 2017

Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Westen, Dr. Julia Carmody, and Dr. Alyssa Fritz for receiving their doctorates in Clinical Psychology this past weekend!

CHP trainees receive APA student awards

Published: Aug 4th, 2017

CHP doctoral student Elise Turner and predoctoral student Tarrah Mitchell each won awards at the recent American Psychological Association convention

Dr. Fedele Receives Early Career Award

Published: Apr 12th, 2017

The Routh Early Career Award recognizes significant contributions of an early career member of the Society of Pediatric Psychology.

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Students and Faculty Attend SPPAC 2017

Published: Apr 10th, 2017

Students and faculty traveled to Portland, Oregon to present findings from current research projects and discuss new direction in Pediatric Psychology.

Sarah Stromberg wins Division 38 Award

Published: Apr 7th, 2017

CHP doctoral student Sarah Stromberg, mentored by David Janicke, has won the Society for Health Psychology, American Psychological Association Division 38, Graduate Student Research Award.

Mobile health apps show promise for improving health outcomes

Published: Mar 21st, 2017

Research led by Dr. David Fedele suggests that mobile health, or mHealth programs, may make a difference in promoting healthy behaviors.