Elizabeth A. Meadows, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
Sloan 209
Phone:  989-774-6499
Fax:  989-774-2553
elizabeth.a.meadows@cmich.edu
 


 

 Research and Clinical Interests

My main interests include anxiety disorders, responses to trauma, and the relationships among physical and psychological problems.  More generally, I am interested in cognitive-behavioral theory, assessment, and therapy, and in training and supervision within a scientist-practitioner model.

In 1998, I opened the Trauma and Anxiety Disorders Clinic (TADC), a specialty clinic within the Psychological Training and Consultation Center.  The TADC serves three purposes:  we provide clinical services to the community, conduct research, and train doctoral students.  For more information on the TADC, please click here.

Students who are interested in joining the Trauma and Anxiety Disorders research team should contact me as early in the semester as possible.
 

Classes I Teach

 

PSY100 - Introduction to Psychology

PSY100H - Introduction to Psychology - Honors Section

PSY250 - Abnormal Psychology

PSY790/890 - Clinical Practicum I

PSY791/891 - Clinical Practicum II

PSY765 - Seminar in Ethics

PSY785 - Seminar in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
 
 

Curriculum Vitae
      Education
      Professional Positions
      Creative and Scholarly Activity
            Published Papers
            Books and Book Chapters
            Book Reviews
            Conference Presentations
      Professional Affiliations and Activities
      University Service
      Licensure

Organizations I Belong To and/or Related to My Areas of Interest

 Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy
     Women's Issues Special Interest Group
     Disaster & Trauma Special Interest Group
      Science and Pseudoscience Review Special Interest Group
 Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology
 American Psychological Association
 International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies
 Anxiety Disorders Association of America

 

 

Sarah Rose recently (well, four years ago now...) joined me as a volunteer for the CHSBS tent at homecoming - here she is, for those of you who missed it:

 

 

PLEASE NOTE:

All pages within my website, including this one, are still under construction.  If you have difficulty accessing anything, please check back later.  Thank you.
 


 

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This page last updated on 08/21/12 .