TRAPT is excited to announce that Caitlin Paquet will be joining us in Fall 2018 as a clinical psychology Ph.D student! Currently, she’s an intern at the Charleston VA where she conducts CBT with Veterans with insomnia and depression. Research-wise, she works as a research specialist at MUSC investigating the interaction between olfaction and mental health.
Her research interests include examining the role of sleep in the etiology and maintenance of mental health disorders and improving EBPs for comorbid insomnia and mental health disorders.
When asked why she chose Tulsa, Caitlin said “I chose Tulsa because of the warm and supportive atmosphere in the psychology department as well as the high quality of research going on within the department! I chose TRAPT because I am inspired by Dr. Davis’ passion for helping people who have experienced a trauma as well as her passion for research. I hope to work with Dr. Davis and her lab on increasing the effectiveness of ERRT and understanding how treating insomnia can improve treatment outcomes for people with PTSD and other mental health disorders.”
We’re all looking forward to you getting started with us, Caitlin!