Martha B. Straus, PhD
Research Assistant to Dr. Martha Straus. The RA will assist in a variety of clinical research projects, presentations, and professional tasks including literature reviews, qualitative interviews, data collection and management, and manuscript preparation. The RA will engage in research projects on topics including (but not limited to): attachment theory, attachment in adolescence, and in therapy, parent-child relationships in emerging adulthood, technology and ethics, vulnerability and resilience in foster youth, and developmental trauma.
Qualifications Applicant must be a current PsyD student who is FWSP-eligible. Applicants must have strong critical thinking and writing skills, the ability to take initiative, good organizational and time-management skills, and an interest in applied psychology research.