Lauren Haack, PhD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||401 Parnassus Ave, LangPorter |
San Francisco CA 94143
|UCSF||2014||R.E. Harris Award for Excellence in Clinical and Research Activities|
||2012||Reverend John P. Raynor, S.J. Fellowship|
||2012||Leslie G. and Cecile C. Matthews Scholarship|
|Wisconsin Psychological Association||2012||Margaret Bernauer Psychology First Place Research Award|
|Midwestern Regional Society for Psychotherapy Research ||2009||Midwestern Regional Society for Psychotherapy Research Conference Student Recognition Award|
|American Psychological Association for Graduate Students||2009||Excellence in Campus Leadership Award|
|Clemson University||2007||Faculty Scholarship Award|
||2007|| Philip Prince Alumni Presidential Scholarship|
||2007||President's List |
Lauren Marie Haack, PhD currently is serving as an NRSA F-32 Postdoctrol Fellow at University of San Francisco, California (UCSF). Dr. Haack completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Spanish at Clemson University under the mentorship of Dr. Eric Muth and Dr. Thomas Britt, her Master’s and Doctorate degrees in clinical psychology at Marquette University under the mentorship under Dr. Alyson Gerdes, and her predoctoral internship in UCSF’s Clinical Psychology Training Program under the mentorship of Dr. Linda Pfiffner.
Her primary teaching interests include General Psychology, Abnormal [Child] Psychology, Multicultural Psychology, Clinical Psychology Supervision and Mentorship, and Parent Management Training and other Empirically Supported ADHD Behavioral Services.
Her primary clinical interests include evidenced-based assessment and behavioral treatment for ADHD, pediatric consultation/liaison and intervention, culturally-appropriate mental health services, and intervention for couples and families.
Her primary research interests include culturally-appropriate assessment and treatment of childhood ADHD, functional impairment experienced by children with ADHD and their families, and mental health disparities, acculturation, and Latino mental health. Current projects include investigating predictors and mediators of functional impairment in children with ADHD, Predominantly Inattentive Type (ADHD-I) and their families, examining improvements in parental functioning and parent-child interactions following a behavioral intervention for ADHD-I, improving assessment procedures for children with ADHD (including examining predictors of rater-bias in assessment of ADHD symptoms and developing measures to appropriately assess functional impairment related to ADHD across cultures), examining rates and predictors of psychopathology in Latino youth, and investigating the fidelity and efficacy of school-home behavioral interventions in Latino and non-Latino families.
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