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Staff Psychologist I, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology


About Me


As a clinical child psychologist, I work with children and adolescents struggling with significant emotional and behavioral difficulties. I was drawn to my career by the value of serving others and supporting children and families through the difficult moments in their lives to make the changes they wish to see. Helping diverse populations, especially at-risk youth, is a value that guides my work.

In my practice, I use strategies from both cognitive-behavioral and dialectical-behavioral treatments with an emphasis on family systems. I have expertise in trauma-informed care and crisis intervention/stabilization. Specific areas of clinical interest include working with adolescents struggling with adjustment-related issues, emotion regulation, suicidal thoughts and problem behaviors. As a staff psychologist at College Hill, I work with interdisciplinary teams to develop, implement, and evaluate interventions and programs of care in an acute psychiatry inpatient setting.

Additionally, I have experience in conducting comprehensive psychological assessments. My research interests include understanding and implementing interventions for children and adolescents in acute care settings that promote stabilization and recovery.

For my own self-care, I enjoy cooking, spending time with my family, and playing with my dog. I also like to travel and discover new restaurants in Cincinnati.

Clinical Interests

Trauma and stress-related disorders; emotion regulation; anxiety and mood disorders; adolescence; psychological assessment; dialectical behavior therapy

Clinical Divisions

Behavioral Medicine

My Locations

My Education

Postdoctoral Fellowship: Virginia Treatment Center for Children at VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA, 2018.

PhD: Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA, 2017.

Internship: Virginia Treatment Center for Children at VCU Medical Center, Richmond, VA, 2017.

MS: Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA, 2014.

MA: Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2010.

BS: Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, 2007.

My Publications

The Effectiveness of a School-Based Intervention for Adolescents in Reducing Disparities in the Negative Consequences of Substance Use Among Ethnic Groups. Stewart, DG; Moise-Campbell, C; Chapman, MK; Varma, M; Lehinger, E. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. 2017; 4:337-345.

Implications of DSM-IV to DSM-5 Substance Use Disorder Diagnostic Changes in Adolescents Enrolled in a School-Based Intervention. Stewart, DG; Arlt, VK; Siebert, EC; Chapman, MK; Hu, EM. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse. 2016; 25:317-326.