ABC Intervention | Caroline Roben
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Caroline Roben, Ph.D., is a Research Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Delaware and a licensed psychologist in the state of Delaware. As the Director of Dissemination of the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up Intervention, she coordinates national and international implementation of ABC, conducts training of new parent coaches and supervisors, and oversees all ongoing supervision. Caroline joined Dr. Dozier’s lab in 2012, leading the growth in ABC dissemination from several small trainings per year to the current influence of ABC around the globe. During her time in the lab, her own family has grown with Sylvie (7), Nora (4), and Lucy (2). Caroline received her doctoral degree in child clinical psychology from Pennsylvania State University and completed her clinical internship training at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Her primary research and clinical interests include early intervention and implementation, emotional development and parenting in early childhood in the context of risk, and caregiver mental health. She additionally leads the study of an adaptation of ABC for foster care visitation, Fostering Relationships.