Rachel Oulette

Rachel Oulette


FIU Clinical Science PhD Program, Mentor: Dr. Stacy Frazier
B.S., Psychology, Yale University

Key Words

Improving supports in community settings for at-risk youth

Research Interests

Rachel is a first-year doctoral student in the Clinical Science Ph.D. program at FIU working with Dr. Stacy Frazier. She is largely interested in improving outcomes for at-risk children who may have difficulty accessing adequate supports and resources. She is interested in doing this by working with community partners to build supports directly into children's natural environments, with a focus on the dissemination and implementation process of building evidence-based practices into community settings in a feasible, sustainable, and generalizable way.


1. Azad, G. F., & Ouellette, R. R. (2015). Classroom Aides. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intellectual and Developmental Disorders. In Press.

2. Baller, J. B., Barry, C.L., Shea, K., Walker, M.M., Ouellette, R., & Mandell, D. S. (2015). Assessing Early Implementation of State Autism Insurance Mandates. Autism. In press.

3. Kratz, H. E., Locke, J., Piotrowski, Z., Ouellette, R.R., Xie, M., Stahmer, A.C., & Mandell, D. S. (2014). All Together Now: Measuring Staff Cohesion in Special Education Classrooms. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment.


Ouellette, R., Wideman, R., & Mandell, D. S. (2015). Teacher fidelity and emotional exhaustion: The protective value of fidelity in evidence-based practices. Poster presented at the 9th World Congress on the Promotion of Mental Health, Columbia, South Carolina.