Graduate Researchers



Jim Scholl, Clinical Doctoral Student (2013-Present)

Research Interests: Sequelae of trauma and infectious disease in minority populations; the relationship between culture and cognitive and emotional responses to trauma.

Current TITAN projects: Time to Report Rape in a Community Sample (TTRRCS), Efficacy of a Brief  Treatment for Nightmares for Children (ERRT-C)


Chelsea Shotwell-Tabke, M.A., Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student (2013-Present)

Current TITAN projects: Reducing Incarceration of Substance-Abusing Women (WIR)


 anushkaAnushka Patel, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student (2014-Present)                                                                    

Current TITAN projects: Efficacy of a Brief Treatment for Nightmares for Children (ERRT-C)



Mollie Rischard, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student,TITAN Coordinator (2016-Present)                       Contact:

Research Interests: The assessment and treatment of trauma-exposed youth.

Current TITAN Projects: Efficacy of a Brief Treatment for Nightmares for Children (ERRT-C); Interpersonal Violence Survey


Daniell Zanotti, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student (2013-Present)

Research Interests: Studying and developing therapeutic techniques to develop and strengthen resiliency in at-risk populations.


Kristen Gray, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student (2015-Present) Contact:

Research Interests: Trauma in children and families, specifically as it relates to mental health functioning and sleep.


Autumn Slaughter, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student (2016-Present)

Research Interests: Journalists covering traumatic news and the re-traumatization of children in custody of the state.


Devin Barlann, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student (2016- Present)

Research Interests: The interplay between trauma and resiliency particularly examining risk and protective factors among children and their families.



Chelsea Cogan, Clinical Doctoral Student (2015-Present). Contact: 

Research Interests: The dissemination and implementation of evidence based psychotherapies for PTSD and ways in which they can be modified to better treat residual symptoms following treatment Additionally, examining how technology can aide in the dissemination and implementation of EBPs for PTSD.