- FIU Clinical Science PhD Program, Mentor: Stacy Frazier
- Post-Baccalaureate Certificate, Clinical Psychology, Columbia University
- B.A., Literature, University of California Santa Barbara
My research focuses on developing, implementing and disseminating prevention and intervention tools that are cost, time and staff-efficient for communities with high risk and low available resources. My current focus is on leveraging peer relationships and previously validated self-concept interventions to deliver broadly effective change in middle and high school academic settings, with a focus on improving academic and mental health outcomes.
Ogle, R.R., Frazier, S.L., Nichols-Lopez, K., Cappella, E., & The LINKS (Linking Neighborhoods, Kids, and Schools) Center (2015). Multi-faceted Self-Aspects: Associations With Academic Success. (Manuscript under review).
Frazier, S. L., Mehta, T. G., Atkins, M. S., Glisson, C., Green, P., Gibbons, R., Kim, J. B., Chapman, J., Schoenwald, S., Cua, G., Ogle, R., & The LINKS (Linking Neighborhoods, Kids, and Schools) Center (2015). The social context of urban classrooms: Measuring student psychological climate. Journal of Early Adolescence.
Boustani, M. M., Frazier, S. L., Becker, K. D., Bechor, M., Dinizulu, S. M., Hedemann, E. R., Ogle, R. R., & Pasalich, D. S. (2015). Common elements of adolescent prevention programs: Minimizing burden while maximizing reach. Admin. and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 42(2), 209-219.
Boustani, M. M., Frazier, S. L., Becker, K., Bechor, M., Dinizulu, S. M., Hedemann, E., Ogle, R.R. (2012, October). Common elements of adolescent prevention programming: Minimizing the burden while maximizing the reach. Presented at The National Conference in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Lawrence, KS.