MINT Alum, Candice Chow, awarded fellowship!

MINT Program alumnus Dr. Candice Chow receives a Clara Mayo Memorial Fellowship to support her graduate research on anxiety among food allergic youth! For more, click here.

MINT Alum, Christine Cooper-Vince, awarded fellowship!

MINT Program alumnus, Christine Cooper-Vince, receives a Clara Mayo Memorial Fellowship to support her graduate research on psychophysiological correlates of early child oppositionality and conduct problems! For more, click here.

MINT Alum, Aubrey Edson, awarded fellowship!

MINT Program alumnus, Aubrey Edson, receives a Clara Mayo Memorial Fellowship to support her graduate research on the creation of an measure to evaluate clinical decision-making among trainees in cognitive-behavioral therapy! For more, click here.

MINT Alum, R. Meredith Elkins, awarded fellowship!

MINT Program alumnus, R. Meredith Elkins, receives a Clara Mayo Memorial Fellowship to support her graduate research on distress tolerance among children with anxiety disorders! For more, click here.

MINT Alum, Kaitlin Gallo, wins award!

MINT Program alumnus, Dr. Kaitlin Gallo, receives a Student Achievement Award from Division 53 of the American Psychological Association (Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology)! For more, click here.

MINT Alum, Kaitlin Gallo, awarded fellowship!

MINT Program alumnus, Dr. Kaitlin Gallo, receives a Clara Mayo Memorial Fellowship to support her graduate research on web-based treatment for the management of child anxiety disorders! For more, click here.

MINT alum, Christine Cooper-Vince, receives award!

MINT Program alumnus, Christine Cooper-Vince, receives the 2012 Student Poster Award from the Child and Adolescent Anxiety Special Interest Group of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) for her research on the interaction between family income… Read More

MINT Alum, Kaitlin Gallo, wins another award!

MINT Program alumnus, Dr. Kaitlin Gallo, receives the 2011 Distinguished Student Practice Award from Division 12 of the American Psychological Association (Society for Clinical Psychology). For more click here.

MINT Alum, Kaitlin Gallo, wins award!

MINT Program alumnus, Dr. Kaitlin Gallo, receives the 2011 Student Award from the American Psychological Association Assembly of Scientist/Practitioner Psychologists!

Dr. Comer interviewed by Huffington Post

Dr. Jonathan Comer, Director of the MINT Program, was quoted in Huffington Post piece on the Westgate Mall attack in Kenya and it’s mental health impact on children and adolescents. For more click here.