STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANTS

Arielle Solomon

Arielle Solomon (she/her) is a 3rd year student at Northeastern majoring in Psychology and minoring in Behavioral Neuroscience from Milton, MA. She hopes to pursue a career as a therapist and has special interests in anxiety, depression, and eating disorders.

Kyleigh Watson

Kyleigh (she/her) is a 2nd year student at Northeastern studying Health Science and Psychology, from Long Island, NY. Kyleigh joined the CARE Lab in January of 2020 as a full-time co-op student.

Jenna Sandler

Jenna (she/her) is currently a student at Brandeis University studying psychology and linguistics. Her intention is to get a PhD in clinical psychology and then to pursue clinical neuropsychology as a career. Her main interests are in emotion regulation, psychopathology, and executive functions. 

Yas Salon

Yas (she/her) is a 3rd year student at Tufts University majoring in Clinical Psychology  and minoring in Child Study and Human Development. Yas's areas of interest include mood, anxiety and eating disorders, as well as CBT and DBT.

Liz Daskalakis

Liz Daskalakis (she/her/hers) is a senior at the College of the Holy Cross, double majoring in English and Psychology.  Liz grew up in Belmont, Massachusetts, right around the corner from McLean Hospital.  Her main interests are the psychopathology of eating disorders, addiction, and autism spectrum disorders.  

Kevin Narine

Kevin (he/him/his) graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2018. He is a 1st year clinical psychology doctoral student at William James College. He is interested in culturally sensitive evidenced-based treatments for anxiety and trauma-related disorders. Outside of work, Kevin enjoys writing, hiking, and playing with his cat.

Sara Brown

Sara (she/her) graduated from Northeastern University in 2016 with a bachelor of science in psychology and is currently pursuing her master's degree at the Harvard Extension School. Her main interests include the development and evaluation of treatment modules as well as exploring the etiology of high-risk behavior from a biopsychosocial model. Sara has spent the last three years working as a Dialectical Behavior Therapy teacher in one of McLean Hospital's residential programs and hopes to pursue a Ph.D in clinical psychology.

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