Cindy I Carlson
Cindy Carlson serves as a Professor and was previously Chair of the Department of Educational Psychology. She is the Associate Editor of Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice, is an APA Fellow in Division 16 (School Psychology) and Division 43 (Family Psychology), and past-President of both Divisions. Her research primarily focuses on the home-school partnership and family-centered treatment.
Carlson is active in current healthcare reform endeavors, particularly in the implementation of the medical home model. She is Principle Investigator of the Integrated Behavioral Health Psychology (IBHP) Program, which integrates primary care, mental health, and substance abuse services for people and families with multiple healthcare needs. The IBHP Program prepares doctoral-level students in UTs Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology programs to provide evidence-based behavioral health services to underserved populations in community health settings. Please visit the Integrated Behavioral Health Psychology Program website for more information about trainings, resources, and research opportunities.
Cindy Carlson is not currently accepting new graduate students.