Optimizing human potential by increasing resilience
Dr. Marsha Linehan was honored with the Grawemeyer Award for her groundbreaking scholarship on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). DBT is the world’s best method for decreasing suicides. (Photo at R: the award announced in Times Square, NY City.)
WINTER 2017 NEWSLETTER
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Announcing a New Master’s Degree in Applied Child & Adolescent Psychology
The University of Washington is launching a new graduate degree program, the Master of Arts in Applied Child & Adolescent Psychology: Prevention & Treatment. This is the first Psychology Master’s Program offered at the UW that helps professionals provide vital mental health services for children, teens and families.
Faculty Interdisciplinary Research Pilot Awards
Wendy Stone, Jessica Sommerville, Lori Zoellner, Jeansok Kim, Stephanie Fryberg, Katie McLaughlin, and Kristina Olson were awarded new research grants. Learn more about their grants here.
Am I different? Are we different? Are they different? Different from whom? What´s we, and what´s they? The goal of diversity science is to understand how people think about and answer these questions, and their emotional and behavioral consequences. More...
Center for child and family well-being
The center is dedicated to understanding children´s development and well-being from a Bioecological perspective that takes a holistic or "whole child" approach. More...
The Psychological Services and Training Center (The Clinic)
The clinic provides psychotherapy and psychological assessment to residents of the Seattle metropolitan area, including University of Washington students and their families. The LEARN Clinic is a small specialty clinic, operating through the Clinic, that... More...