• Amanda Broderick

    Post-Doctorate Fellow

    Graduate School: Pennsylvania State University

    Internship:Vanderbilt University Medical Center Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    Clinical Interests: Evidence-based interventions for children and adolescents, trauma-informed treatment, parent-child relationships.

  • Erin Connor

    Post-Doctorate Fellow

    Graduate School: Tennessee State University

    Additional Degrees: M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Washington University; B.A.s in Psychology and Justice Studies from James Madison University

    Internship: Jackson Health System in affiliation with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

    Clinical Interests: Interventions that promote self-management of chronic medical conditions and/or psychological distress for adults, mind-body therapies, and culturally sensitive practice. 

  • Roison O'Donnell

    Post-Doctoral Fellow

    Graduate School: University of Arizona

    Internship: Bruce W. Carter VA Medical Center, Miami VA Healthcare System

    Clinical Interests: Evidence-based behavioral interventions for adult individuals and groups, medical and geriatric populations. Collaborating on translational research of MBSR and MBCT programs as adjuncts to recovery from illness, injury and mood disorders. 

  • Jessica Schwartzman

    Post Doctorate Fellow

    Graduate School: Palo Alto University

    Internship: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Autism and Lifespan Development Track

    Clinical Interests: Evidence-based interventions for youth and adults with autism, neuropsychological assessment, family resilience, and clinical trials.

  • Sarah Sperry

    Post-Doctorate Fellow

    Graduate School: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Internship: Medical University of South Carolina

    Clinical Interests: Bipolar spectrum disorders, alcohol use disorder, digital phenotyping, mHealth interventions, the use of ambulatory assessment methods to understand individual level risk factors, illness trajectories, and treatment response.