Dr. McQuaid obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology (honors) from Yale University, and her PhD in Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver. After her internship at the Children's National Medical Center, Dr. McQuaid completed a postdoctoral fellowship in child mental health research at Brown.
Dr. McQuaid is a Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Human Behavior and Pediatrics, and conducts her research and clinical activities at Rhode Island Hospital/Hasbro Children's Hospital in the area of pediatric disease management and adherence to medical regimens.
Dr. McQuaid is currently the Director of the Clinical Psychology Training Consortium at Brown, and is responsible for the oversight of Clinical Psychology training (internship and fellowship Programs) at Brown. She is also the Director of Child Psychology at Hasbro Children's Hospital/RI Hospital.
|Fedele DA, McConville A, Graham Thomas J, McQuaid EL, Janicke DM, Turner EM, Moon J, Abu-Hasan M Applying Interactive Mobile health to Asthma Care in Teens (AIM2ACT): Development and design of a randomized controlled trial.. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 2017;|
|Koinis-Mitchell D, Kopel SJ, Seifer R, LeBourgeois M, McQuaid EL, Esteban CA, Boergers J, Nassau J, Farrow M, Fritz GK, Klein RB Asthma-related lung function, sleep quality, and sleep duration in urban children.. Sleep health. 2017; 3 (3) : 148-156.|
|Martin, Sarah R., Boergers, Julie, Kopel, Sheryl J., McQuaid, Elizabeth L., Seifer, Ronald, LeBourgeois, Monique, Klein, Robert B., Esteban, Cynthia A., Fritz, Gregory K., Koinis-Mitchell, Daphne Sleep Hygiene and Sleep Outcomes in a Sample of Urban Children With and Without Asthma. Journal of Pediatric Psychology/J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2017; 42 (8) : 825-836.|
|Clawson AH, McQuaid EL, Borrelli B Smokers who have children with asthma: Perceptions about child secondhand smoke exposure and tobacco use initiation and parental willingness to participate in child-focused tobacco interventions.. J Asthma. 2017; : 1-12.|
|Wu YP, Thompson D, Aroian KJ, McQuaid EL, Deatrick JA Commentary: Writing and Evaluating Qualitative Research Reports.. J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2016; 41 (5) : 493-505.|
|Fedele DA, Tooley E, Busch A, McQuaid EL, Hammond SK, Borrelli B Comparison of secondhand smoke exposure in minority and nonminority children with asthma.. Health Psychology. 2016; 35 (2) : 115-22.|
|Lescano CM, Koinis-Mitchell D, McQuaid EL Introduction to the Special Issue on Diversity and Health Disparities: Where Have We Been and Where Are We Going?. J. Pediatr. Psychol./J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2016; 41 (4) : 385-90.|
|Fedele DA, McQuaid EL, Faino A, Strand M, Cohen S, Robinson J, Atkins D, Hourihane JO, Klinnert MD Patterns of adaptation to children's food allergies.. Allergy. 2016; 71 (4) : 505-13.|
|Clawson, Ashley H., Borrelli, Belinda, McQuaid, Elizabeth L., Dunsiger, Shira The role of caregiver social support, depressed mood, and perceived stress in changes in pediatric secondhand smoke exposure and asthma functional morbidity following an asthma exacerbation.. Health Psychology/Health Psychology. 2016; 35 (6) : 541-51.|
|Wing R, Gjelsvik A, Nocera M, McQuaid EL Association between adverse childhood experiences in the home and pediatric asthma.. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology/Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. 2015; 114 (5) : 379-84.|
|Koinis-Mitchell, Daphne, Kopel, Sheryl J., Boergers, Julie, Ramos, Kara, LeBourgeois, Monique, McQuaid, Elizabeth L., Esteban, Cynthia A., Seifer, Ronald, Fritz, Gregory K., Klein, Robert B. Asthma, Allergic Rhinitis, and Sleep Problems in Urban Children. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine/Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. 2015;|
|Koinis-Mitchell D, Kopel SJ, Boergers J, McQuaid EL, Esteban CA, Seifer R, Fritz GK, Beltran AJ, Klein RB, LeBourgeois M Good Sleep Health in Urban Children With Asthma: A Risk and Resilience Approach.. J. Pediatr. Psychol./J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2015; 40 (9) : 888-903.|
|Hilliard, Marisa E., McQuaid, Elizabeth L., Nabors, Laura, Hood, Korey K. Resilience in Youth and Families Living With Pediatric Health and Developmental Conditions: Introduction to the Special Issue on Resilience. J. Pediatr. Psychol./J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2015; 40 (9) : 835-839.|
|Brehm JM, Ramratnam SK, Tse SM, Croteau-Chonka DC, Pino-Yanes M, Rosas-Salazar C, Litonjua AA, Raby BA, Boutaoui N, Han YY, Chen W, Forno E, Marsland AL, Nugent NR, Eng C, Colón-Semidey A, Alvarez M, Acosta-Pérez E, Spear ML, Martinez FD, Avila L, Weiss ST, Soto-Quiros M, Ober C, Nicolae DL, Barnes KC, Lemanske RF Jr, Strunk RC, Liu A, London SJ, Gilliland F, Sleiman P, March M, Hakonarson H, Duan QL, Kolls JK, Fritz GK, Hu D, Fani N, Stevens JS, Almli LM, Burchard EG, Shin J, McQuaid EL, Ressler K, Canino G, Celedón JC Stress and Bronchodilator Response in Children with Asthma.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2015; 192 (1) : 47-56.|
|Conn, Kelly M., Swanson, Dena, McQuaid, Elizabeth, Douthit, Kathryn, Fisher, Susan G. The relationship between helplessness and the child’s asthma symptoms: the role of social support. J Asthma/J Asthma. 2015; 52 (2) : 135-145.|
|McQuaid EL, Farrow ML, Esteban CA, Jandasek BN, Rudders SA Topical Review: Pediatric Food Allergies Among Diverse Children.. J. Pediatr. Psychol./J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2015; 41 (4) : 391-396.|
|Palermo, T. M., Janicke, D. M., McQuaid, E. L., Mullins, L. L., Robins, P. M., Wu, Y. P. Recommendations for Training in Pediatric Psychology: Defining Core Competencies Across Training Levels. J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2014; 39 (9) : 965-984.|
|Palermo, T. M., Mullins, L. L., Janicke, D. M., McQuaid, E. L., Robins, P. M., Wu, Y. P. Response to Cohen, and Steele, Borner, and Roberts. J. Pediatr. Psychol.. 2014; 39 (9) : 998-1000.|
|Tooley, Erin M., Busch, Andrew, McQuaid, Elizabeth L., Borrelli, Belinda Structural and Functional Support in the Prediction of Smoking Cessation in Caregivers of Children with Asthma. Behavioral Medicine/Behavioral Medicine. 2014; 41 (4) : 203-210.|
|Esteban CA, Klein RB, Kopel SJ, McQuaid EL, Fritz GK, Seifer R, York D, Golova N, Jandasek B, Koinis-Mitchell D Underdiagnosed and Undertreated Allergic Rhinitis in Urban School-Aged Children with Asthma.. Pediatric allergy, immunology, and pulmonology. 2014; 27 (2) : 75-81.|
|Everhart RS, Koinis-Mitchell D, McQuaid EL, Kopel S, Seifer R, Canino G, Fritz G Ethnic differences in caregiver quality of life in pediatric asthma.. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics. 2012; 33 (8) : 599-607.|
|McQuaid EL, Everhart RS, Seifer R, Kopel SJ, Mitchell DK, Klein RB, Esteban CA, Fritz GK, Canino G Medication adherence among Latino and non-Latino white children with asthma.. PEDIATRICS. 2012; 129 (6) : e1404-10.|
|Everhart RS, Kopel S, McQuaid EL, Salcedo L, York D, Potter C, Koinis-Mitchell D Differences in Environmental Control and Asthma Outcomes Among Urban Latino, African American, and Non-Latino White Families.. Pediatric allergy, immunology, and pulmonology. 2011; 24 (3) : 165-169.|
|Koinis-Mitchell D, McQuaid EL, Kopel SJ, Esteban CA, Ortega AN, Seifer R, Garcia-Coll C, Klein R, Cespedes E, Canino G, Fritz GK Cultural-related, contextual, and asthma-specific risks associated with asthma morbidity in urban children.. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 2010; 17 (1) : 38-48.|
|Wagener TL, Gregor KL, Busch AM, McQuaid EL, Borrelli B Risk perception in smokers with children with asthma.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2010; 78 (6) : 980-5.|
|McQuaid EL, Vasquez J, Canino G, Fritz GK, Ortega AN, Colon A, Klein RB, Kopel SJ, Koinis-Mitchell D, Esteban CA, Seifer R Beliefs and barriers to medication use in parents of Latino children with asthma.. Pediatric pulmonology. 2009; 44 (9) : 892-8.|
|Wamboldt MZ, Fritz G, Mansell A, McQuaid EL, Klein RB Relationship of asthma severity and psychological problems in children.. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 1998; 37 (9) : 943-50.|
|Fritz GK, McQuaid EL, Spirito A, Klein RB Symptom perception in pediatric asthma: relationship to functional morbidity and psychological factors.. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 1996; 35 (8) : 1033-41.|
Elizabeth McQuaid's research focuses on the psychosocial aspects of pediatric asthma, including adherence to pediatric asthma regimens across the adolescent transition and individual and family characteristics that influence pediatric asthma outcomes. She has extensive experience in developing, evaluating, and disseminating asthma management interventions for pediatric populations, with a focus on culturally diverse and disadvantaged groups. Dr. McQuaid's empirical work also focuses on pediatric food allergies, including the development of electronic interventions to enhance self-management of food allergies in children. Dr. McQuaid has had continuous funding for the past twenty years. She is currently PI on a large-scale Asthma Care Implementation Program funded by NHLBI (with MPI Koinis-Mitchell), and is one of three PIs of the Childhood Asthma Research Innovation Program of the Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute. Dr. McQuaid is the Director of the Brown Clinical Psychology Training Consortium.
Elizabeth McQuaid's current research interests focus on psychosocial aspects of pediatric asthma and food allergies, including adherence to pediatric asthma regimens across the adolescent transition and individual and family characteristics that influence pediatric asthma outcomes. More recently, her work has involved designing and implementing large-sale interventions to address pediatric asthma disparities through evidence-based home and school interventions, and evaluating financial return-on-investment for long-term sustainability. Currently, she is PI of a large-scale implementation trial (U01, with MPI Koinis-Mitchell) to deliver evidence-based interventions to low-income children with asthma in the greater providence area. She is one of three PIs of the Childhood Asthma Research Innovation Program of the Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute. .directs or is involved in several projects that assess psychological and family characteristics that influence asthma management and outcomes in pediatric asthma. Dr. McQuaid has served as PI and Co-I on numerous federally and privately funded projects investigating disease management approaches in pediatric asthma, including observational studies, qualitative projects, and RCT’s. All of these have had the ultimate goal of improving patient care for the pediatric asthma population, through strategies such as improving medication adherence, integrating smoking cessation strategies into asthma education for parents, and enhancing the cultural appropriateness of interventions for families with asthma from diverse backgrounds. Dr. McQuaid's empirical work also focuses on pediatric food allergies, including the development of electronic interventions to enhance self-management of food allergies in children. She also collaborates on projects in other pediatric chronic disease areas, including pediatric IBD and cancer. Dr. McQuaid's work has been funded through the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), the National Institute for Nursing Research (NINR) and a Career Investigator Award from the American Lung Association.
Principal Investigator, RI-AIR, the Rhode Island Asthma Integrated Response Program. U01 HL138677 (McQuaid & Koinis-Mitchell, PIs). NHLBI. 8/15/2017-6/30/23. Total Direct Costs: $5,842,122.
Principal Investigator, Childhood Asthma Research Innovation Program, (Fritz, Koinis Mitchell, & McQuaid, PIs). Hassenfeld Children’s Health Innovation Institute. 2/1/2016-1/31/2022. Total Direct Costs: $2,000,000.
Principal Investigator, HRSA Grant Integrated Training Program in Youth Substance Abuse, Mental Health and Criminal Justice. G02HP27926, Health Research Services Administration (HRSA) 9/30/2014-9/29/2017. Total Direct Costs: $171,426.
Principal Investigator, Friends, Family, and Food: Interactive Virtual Environments for Children with Food Allergies. R42 HD075524, NIH/NICH. (McQuaid PI)) 9/22/2014-9/30/2017. Total Direct Costs: $788,863.
Principal Investigator (with G. Canino). Intervention for Depressed Latina Mothers of Children with Asthma. 1 R21 HL095102, NIH/NHLBI 8/1/2009 5/31/2011. Total Direct Costs $275,000.
Principal Investigator, Asthma Management and Ethnic Disparities at the Adolescent Transition. 1 K24HD058794, Mid-Career Investigator Award in Patient Oriented Research. 6/15/2009-7/31/2014. Total Direct Costs $523,946.
Principal Investigator, Community Partnership to Reduce Asthma Disparities, 1RO1 NR008524. NIH/NINR. 4/1/2005-3/31/2011. Total direct costs $1,899,727.
Co-Investigator Children's food allergies: Assessing family management and adaptation R21 HD059043-01A2. Mary Klinnert, PI. NIH/NICHD. 2/1/2010 1/31/2012. Total Direct Costs $275,000
Co-Investigator. Development of the Pediatric IBD Behavioral Health Registry. R21 HD058828-01A1 (Leleiko & Lobato, PIs); NIH/NICHD. 9/1/2009-8/31/2011. Total Direct Costs $275,000
Co-Investigator. Asthma and School Functioning in Urban Children. R01 HD057220-01A2 D. Koinis Mitchell PI. NIH/NICHD. 8/1/2009-7/31/2011. Total Direct Costs $807,976.
Faculty Mentor, Diagnosing Asthma in Young Children: Parents' Perceptions of Barriers. University Emergency Medicine Foundation Junior Faculty Research Development Grant to Aris Garro, MD, 10/2009-9/2010. Total costs $31,478.
Co-Investigator, Protective Factors in Urban Children with Asthma. 1RO3 AI066260-01. NIH/NIAID. 7/1/2005 6/30/2007. D. Koinis Mitchell, PI. Total direct costs $100,000.
Co-Investigator, Sustaining Cessation in Parents of Kids with Asthma. 2RO1 HL062165, NIH/NHLBI. 4/1/2005 - 3/31/2010. B. Borrelli, PI. Total Direct Costs $2,332,626.
Co-Investigator, Motivating Latino Parents of Asthmatics to Quit Smoking, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 9/1/2004 8/31/2006. B. Borrelli, PI. Total direct costs $250,000.
Faculty Mentor, Cumulative Risks and Asthma Morbidity in Urban Children. F32 HL74570-01. NIH/NHLBI. 7/24/03 7/23/2005. D. Koinis Mitchell, PI. Total direct costs $39,700.
Co-Investigator, Pediatric Asthma Disparities: Perceptions and Management. HL 072438, NIH/NHLBI. 10/1/2002-9/30/2007. Gregory K. Fritz, PI. Total direct costs $2,225,251.
Principal Investigator, Enhancing Pediatric Asthma Interventions to Improve Adherence. Career Investigator Award, American Lung Association. 7/1/01-6/30/04. Total direct costs: $105,000.
Principal Investigator, Testing Interventions in Pediatric Asthma. 1RO3 HD3934, NIH/NICHD. 5/01/01 4/30/03. Total direct costs: $100,000.
Principal Investigator, Increasing Adherence to Inhaled Medication in Pediatric Asthma: Pilot Intervention. Aventis Pharmaceuticals, 4/1/2000-3/31/2001. Total direct costs $6000.
Co-Investigator, Helping Nonmainstream Families Manage Childhood Asthma. NIH/NHLBI. 3/15/2000-9/15/2000. Sara Banks, PI, Total direct costs $88,442.
Co-Investigator, Motivating Parents of Children with Asthma to Quit Smoking: A Test of Two Models. RO1 HL062165, NIH/NHLBI. 8/1/1999- 7/31/2003. Belinda Borrelli, PI, Total direct costs $1,412,005.
Principal Investigator, Developmental Aspects of Adherence in Pediatric Asthma. 1 RO3 HD37023, NIH/NICHD. 7/1/98-6/30/99. Total direct costs $95,225.
Co-Investigator, Symptom Perception in Pediatric Asthma. 2 R01 HL45157, NIH/NHLBI. 7/1/97-6/30/2001. Gregory K. Fritz, PI. Total direct costs $2,281,579.
Principal Investigator, Developmental Aspects of Adherence in Pediatric Asthma. American Lung Association. 7/1/97 6/30/99. Total direct costs: $49,732.
Principal Investigator, Developmental Aspects of Adherence in Pediatric Asthma. Brown Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior Pilot Project Awards. 4/1/97 3/30/99. Total direct costs: $12,043
Principal Investigator, Asthma Adherence. Lifespan Developmental Grants Program. 11/1/96 - 10/31/98. Total direct costs: $22,986
Canino, G., McQuaid, E.L., Rand, C.S. (2009) Addressing asthma health disparities: A multilevel challenge. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 123 (6), 1209-1217
McQuaid, E.L., Weiss-Laxer, N., Kopel, S.J., Koinis Mitchell, D., Nassau, J.H., Wamboldt, M.Z., Klein, R.B., & Fritz, G.K. (2008). Pediatric asthma and problems in attention, concentration, and impulsivity: Disruption of the family management system. Families, Systems, & Health, 26, 16 – 29.
McQuaid, E.L., Koinis Mitchell, D., Walders, N., Nassau, J.H.,Kopel, S.J., Klein, R.B.,Wamboldt, M.Z., & Fritz, G.K. (2007). Pediatric Asthma Morbidity: The importance of symptom perception and family response to symptoms. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 32, 167-177.
Feldman, J.M., Ortega, A.N., Mcquaid, E.L., & Canino, G.,(2006) Comorbidity between asthma attacks and internalizing disorders among Puerto Rican children at one-year follow-up. Psychosomatics 47: 333-339.
Walders, N., Kopel, S.J., Koinis Mitchell, D., & McQuaid, E.L. (2005). Patterns of quick-relief and long-term controller medication use in pediatric asthma. Journal of Pediatrics, 146, 177-82
McQuaid, E.L., Walders, N., Kopel, S.J., Fritz, G.K., & Klinnert, M.D. (2005) Pediatric asthma management in the family context: The family asthma management system scale. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 30, 502.
Koinis Mitchell, D., Murdock, K.K., & McQuaid, E.L. (2004). Risk and resilience in urban children with asthma: A conceptual model and exploratory study. Children's Health Care, 34, 275-298
Ortega, A.N., Goodwin, R.D., McQuaid, E.L., & Canino, G. (2004). Parental mental health, childhood psychiatric disorders, and asthma attacks in island Puerto Rican Youth. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 4, 308-315.
Ortega, A.N., McQuaid, E.L., Canino, G., Goodwin, R.D., & Fritz, G.K. (2004). Comorbidity of asthma and anxiety and depressionin Puerto Rican children. Psychosomatics, 45, 93-99.
Penza-Clyve, S., McQuaid, E.L., & Mansell, C. (2004). Why don't children take their asthma medications? Results from focus group data. Journal of Asthma, 41, 131-139.
Klein, R.B., Walders, N., McQuaid, E.L., Adams, S., Yaros, D., & Fritz, G.K. (2004). The asthma risk grid: Clinical interpretation of symptom perception. Allergy and Asthma Proceedings, 25, 1-6.
Walders, N., McQuaid, E.L., & Dickstein, S. (2004). Asthma in Head Start and Early Head Start: Staff awareness and training priorities. Journal of School Health, 74, 32 - 34.
McQuaid, E.L., Walders, N., Borrelli, B. (2003). Environmental tobacco smoke exposure in pediatric asthma: Overview and recommendations for practice. Clinical Pediatrics, 42, 775-787.
McQuaid, E.L., Kopel, S.J., Klein, R.B., & Fritz, G.K. (2003). Medication adherence in pediatric asthma: Reasoning, responsibility, and behavior. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 28, 323-333.
Ortega, A.N., McQuaid, E.L., Canino, G., Ramirez, R., Fritz, G.K., & Klein, R.B. (2003). Association of psychiatric disorders and different indicators of asthma in island Puerto Rican children. Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology, 38, 220-226.
McQuaid, E.L., & Walders, N. (2003). Pediatric asthma. Handbook of Pediatric Psychology, 4th Edition (M. Roberts, Ed.), 269-285.
Borrelli, B., McQuaid, E.L., Becker, B., Hammond, K., Papandonatos, G., Fritz, G.K., & Abrams, D. (2002). Motivating parents of kids with asthma to quit smoking: The PAQS project. Health Education Research, 17, 659-669.
McQuaid, E.L., Howard, K.A., Kopel, S.J., Rosenblum, K., & Bibace, R. (2002). Developmental concepts of asthma: Reasoning about illness and strategies for prevention. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 23, 179-194.
McQuaid, E.L., Kopel., S.J., & Nassau, J.H. (2001). Behavioral adjustment in children with asthma: A meta-analysis. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 22, 430-439.
McQuaid, E.L., Penza-Clyve, S.M., Nassau, J.H., Fritz, G.K., Klein, R., O'Connor, S., Wamboldt, F., & Gavin, L.A. (2001). The asthma responsibility questionnaire: Patterns of family responsibility for asthma management. Children's Health Care, 30, 183-199.
McQuaid, E.L., Vasquez, J., Canino, G., Fritz, G.K., Ortega, A.N., Colon, A., Klein, R.B., Kopel, S.J., Koinis-Mitchell, D., Esteban, C., Seifer, R. (in press). Beliefs and barriers to medication use in parents of Latino children with asthma. To appear in Pediatric Pulmonology.
|Postdoctoral Fellow||Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital & Hasbro Children's Hospital, Psychiatry and Human Behavior||1994-1996||Providence, RI, USA|
Michael C. Roberts Award for Oustanding Mentorship, APA Division 54, 2017
Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award, 2012
Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior Outsanding Research Mentor Award, 2007
Fellow, American Psychology Association, Division 54 (Pediatric Psychology), 2012-present
Board Certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 2013-present
American Psychological Association Presidential Committee on the Citizen Psychologist, 2017-2018
Associate Editor, Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 2017-2022
Associate Editor, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2007 - 2012
Editorial Board, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2000- present
Editoral Board, Health Psychology, 2010 -present
Editorial Board, Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 2015-present
Secretary/Treasurer, International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology, 2000-2002
Member at Large, International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology, 2002-2003
President, International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology, 2007-2008
|Esteban, Cynthia||Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics|
|Fritz, Gregory||Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior|
|Jandasek, Barbara||Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior|
|Klein, Robert||Sylvia Kay Hassenfeld Professor of Pediatrics|
|Koinis-Mitchell, Daphne||Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research), Professor of Pediatrics (Research)|
|Rudders, Susan||Assistant Professor of Pediatrics|
|Seifer, Ronald||Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior|
|Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology||American Board of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, Clinical child and adolescent psychology||2013-Present||#86671|
|Licensed Psychologist||Rhode Island Department of Health||1996-Present||#556|
|Director of Child Psychology. Hasbro Children's Hospital, 2018-Present|
|Director, Clinical Psychology Training Programs at Brown. 2010-Present|