Personalized Treatment for Adolescent Depression (PTAD) Lab
Training Opportunities
We are committed to advancing knowledge of treatments for adolescent depression. Members of our team are available to provide training to students, mental health professionals, school personnel, and the public.

Practicum Training
Clinical practicum opportunities are available for graduate students in the outpatient clinic in the Department of Psychiatry. Students learn to implement evidence-based treatments, as well as conduct comprehensive diagnostic assessments and prepare written reports.

Undergraduate Research Experience
Undergraduate research assistants are involved in running data collection sessions, which include administering psychological self-report measures, facilitating interpersonal tasks, and collecting basic biometric/physiological data. Undergraduates also aid in data entry and management, and other administrative components of research. 

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