Lindsay Holly, Ph.D.Marquette University
Cramer Hall, 328EMilwaukeeWI53201United States of America(414) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Holly is excited to be interviewing applicants during the upcoming admissions cycle of Marquette University’s doctoral program in Clinical Psychology (to start the program in the Fall 2021).
Dr. Holly grew up in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before earning her undergraduate degree at the University of Maryland, College Park. After a research assistantship at Mt. Hope Family Center at the University of Rochester, Dr. Holly completed her doctoral work at Arizona State University where she participated in state of the art training and research in developmental psychopathology, prevention/intervention, and culture. As a postdoctoral associate in the Child Program at Boston University’s Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CARD), Dr. Holly specialized in empirically supported assessment and intervention strategies designed to target anxiety, depression, and related social, emotional, behavioral issues in youth.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Arizona State University, 2016
M.A., Clinical Psychology, Arizona State University, 2012
M.S., Human Development, University of Rochester, 2008
B.A., University of Maryland, 2007
At the graduate level, Dr. Holly teaches PSYC 8301-Psychological Assessment 1 and PSYC 8965-Advanced Practicum in Clinical Psychology. At the undergraduate level, she teaches PSYC 3401-Abnormal Psychology.
Although there have been many advances in the development and implementation of evidence-based interventions, the most effective treatments for youth mental health disorders are not effective all the time, are not available to all the youth in need of them, and do not address issues of diversity. Dr. Holly’s research aims to study and improve evidence-based interventions for all youth and families, particularly those from traditionally underserved backgrounds (e.g., minority, low-income). More specifically, Dr. Holly’s work 1) identifies family level risk factors and resilience resources that may be leveraged to enhance child and family response to interventions; 2) evaluates evidence-based interventions for relevance to and efficacy with minority youth; and 3) re-designs evidence-based interventions for dissemination and implementation.
(* = Student/mentee co-author)
- *Chevalier, L.L., *O’Connor, E.E., Holly, L.E.,Langer, D.A., & Pincus, D. B.(in press).The relationship between parental sleep accommodation and sleep-related problems in children with anxiety. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.
- *O’Connor, E.E., Holly, L.E.,*Chevalier, L.L., Langer, D.A., & Pincus, D. B. (2020). Parent and child emotion and distress responses associated with parental accommodation of child anxiety symptoms. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 76, 1390-1407.
- Pina, A.A., Gonzales, N.A., Mazza, G.L., Gunn, H.J., Holly, L. E.,Stoll, R., Parker, J., Chiapa, A., Wynne, H., & Tein, J. (2020). Streamlined prevention and early intervention for pediatric anxiety disorders: A randomized controlled trial. Prevention Science, 21, 487-497.
- Holly, L.E. *Fenley, A., *Kritikos, T., Merson, R., Abidin, R.R, & Langer, D.A. (2020). Evidence base update for parenting stress measures in clinical samples. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. INVITED ARTICLE for the Evidence Based Assessments Update series.
- Mahrer, N.E., Holly, L.E., Wolchick, S.A., Lueken, L.J., & Fabricius, W. (2019). Parenting style, familism, and youth adjustment in Mexican American and European American families. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 50, 659-675.
- Holly, L.E., Stoll, R.D., Rapp, A.M., Pina, A.A., & Chavira, D.A. (2019). Psychosocial Treatments that “Work” for Ethnic Minority Youth: Status and Future Directions. In T.H. Ollendick, S.W. White, & B.A. White (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
- *Clementi, M.A., Alfano, C.A., Holly, L. E., & Pina, A.A. (2016). Sleep-related outcomes following early intervention for childhood anxiety. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25, 3270–3277.
- Holly, L. E. & Pina, A. A. (2015). Variations in the influence of parental socialization of child anxiety among clinic referred children. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 46, 474-484.
- Holly, L. E., Little, M., Pina, A. A., & Caterino, L.C. (2015). Assessment of anxiety symptoms in school children: A cross-sex and ethnic examination. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 43, 297-309.
- Pina, A.A. Holly, L. E., Zerr, A., & Rivera, D. (2014). A personalized and control systems engineering conceptual approach to target childhood anxiety in the contexts of cultural diversity. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 43, 442-453.
- Holly, L. E., Chiapa, A., & Pina, A. A. (2014). Evidence-Based Treatments for Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Problems in Ethnic Minority Children and Adolescents. In C.A. Alfano & D.C. Beidel (Eds.), Comprehensive Evidence-Based Interventions for Children and Adolescents. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Pina, A. A., Gonzales, N. A., Holly, L. E., Zerr, A. A., Wynne, H. (2013). Toward Evidence-based Clinical Assessment of Ethnic Minority Youth. In B.D. McLeod, A. Jensen-Doss, & T.H. Ollendick (Eds.), Diagnostic and Behavioral Assessment in Children and Adolescents: A Clinical Guide. New York, NY: Guildford Publications.