Elizabeth Richardson, PhD
Liberal Arts 384
|1999||The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University||Postdoctoral Internship and Residency|
|1997||Louisiana State University||PhD in Clinical Psychology|
|1995||Louisiana State University||MA in Clinical Psychology|
|1992||Indiana University||BA in Psychology|
- Research Methods
- Behavioral Medicine
- Young Adult Health Risk Behavior
- Advanced Behavior Modification
- Human Growth & Development
Advanced seminar exploring the developmental period of "emerging adulthood'. Research on the transition to adulthood and common health behaviors will be critically examined, such as: obesity, nutrition and physical activity; romantic relationships and sexuality; HIV/AIDs and STDs; tobacco, alcohol and drug use; depression and self-injury. Emphasis is placed on developing critical thinking skills and application of course content to current events.
Graduate seminar offered for one semester on a specific topic. Topics vary according to student needs and faculty expertise in particular areas of study. This course may be repeated with change of content.
Review of research in a major clinical area, for third year graduate students. Students create an in-depth review of the literature, culminating in a final project that is presented to two graduate faculty for review.
- Whitlock, J. & Lloyd-Richardson, E.E. (2019). Healing Self-Injury: A compassionate guide for parents and other loved ones. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.
- Collaboration with the International Consortium on Self-Injury in Educational Settings (ICSES), a small, international, interdisciplinary research group whose primary goal is to educate, address, and prevent self-injury in educational settings (https://www.facebook.com/ICSESGroup/).
- Continued certification in canine and equine-facilitated therapy (AAT) techniques, such as The Equus Effect (https://www.theequuseffect.org), and evaluation of their effectiveness.
- Adolescent non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI)
- Equine and other animal-assisted therapies
- Youth health risk behaviors and behavior change
- Mindful parenting
- Lloyd-Richardson, E.E., Lewis, S.P., Whitlock, J.L., Rodham, K. & Schatten, H.T. (2015).
Research with adolescents who engage in non-suicidal self-injury: ethical considerations and challenges
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 9, 37.
- Whitlock, J., Lloyd-Richardson, E., Fisseha, F. & Bates, T. (2018).
Parental secondary stress: The often hidden consequences of non-suicidal self-injury in youth.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 74(1), 178-196.
- Lloyd-Richardson, E.E., Hasking, P., Lewis, S., Hamza, C., McAllister, M., Baetens, I. & Muehlenkamp, J. (2020).
Addressing self-injury in schools, Part 1: Understanding nonsuicidal self-injury and the importance of respectful curiosity in supporting youth who engage in self-injury
NASN Journal of School Nursing