ABC Intervention | Mallory Garnett
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Mallory received her undergraduate degrees in Biology and Psychology from Bloomsburg University, her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from West Chester University, and her Ph.D in Psychology from the University of Delaware. She is broadly interested in how poverty and other forms of early adversity impact child development and family functioning. More specifically, she seeks to further understand how parent-child relationships shape children’s socioemotional and physiological outcomes. In addition, she is interested in examining interventions that promote resilience in families facing adversity. She currently is a completing her Postdoctoral Fellowship at Nemours Children’s Health.