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Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

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"Every child and family is unique and has incredible strengths. I approach families as a partner and strive to make them feel seen, heard and respected."

My Biography & Research

Biography

I’m a psychologist in integrated behavioral health. Every child and family is unique and has incredible strengths. I approach families as a partner and strive to make them feel seen, heard and respected.

I enjoy and value supporting parents in managing common behavioral concerns of childhood. I found that this was an area where parents were not receiving much support. There is no right or wrong time for behavioral health services. Even if things are going well, we can help identify what helpful supports are in place.

In my research, I’m working to develop streamlined and effective integrated behavioral health services systems within primary care practices. This work involves learning from patients and providers directly through surveys and interviews and gathering data on how families do after receiving our services.

In my free time, I enjoy cooking, reading and spending time with my rescue dog, Ginny.

Clinical Interests

Behavioral concerns of early childhood; preventative services

Research Interests

Qualitative research related to families' experiences with behavioral health services

Academic Affiliation

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Clinical Divisions

Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology

Research Divisions

Behavioral Medicine

My Education

PhD: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, 2020.

Residency: Munroe-Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE.

Fellowship: Munroe-Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE.

My Publications

Latent Class Analysis of the CBCL Dysregulation Profile for 6- to 16-Year-Olds in 29 Societies. Rescorla, LA; Jordan, P; Zhang, S; Baelen-King, G; Althoff, RR; Ivanova, MY; International Aseba Consortium, . Journal of clinical child psychology. 2021; 50:551-564.

Birth characteristics of children who used early intervention and special education services in New York City. Romo, ML; McVeigh, KH; Jordan, P; Stingone, JA; Chan, PY; Askew, GL. Journal of Public Health Medicine. 2020; 42:e401-e411.

Moving Towards Meaningful and Significant Family Partnerships in Education. Garbacz, SA; Minch, DR; Jordan, P; Young, K; Weist, MD. Adolescent Psychiatry. 2020; 10:110-122.

Examining the Efficacy of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation for Middle School Students With Externalizing Behavior Problems. Garbacz, SA; Beattie, T; Novotnak, T; Kurtz-Nelson, E; Zahn, M; Yim-Dockery, H; Cohenour, J; Jordan, P. Behavioral Disorders. 2020; 46:3-17.

International Comparisons of the Youth Self-Report Dysregulation Profile: Latent Class Analyses in 34 Societies. Jordan, P; Rescorla, LA; Althoff, RR; Achenbach, TM. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 2016; 55:1046-1053.