UNC Greensboro

L. DiAnne Borders

My focus on clinical supervision involves the need to be cognizant of all age groups and populations, as counselors work with clients from the wide range of populations. My current focus is on trauma-informed supervision, including a grant-funded project with Rockingham County Schools and several community-based mental health agencies. This work includes enhancing the training of clinical supervisors (doctoral students and practitioners) as well as all aspects of the clinical supervision process itself.

Marie Hull

My work focuses on the importance of family background for education, specifically among immigrant children; educational technology; and health insurance.

Laurie Wideman

Development of cardiometabolic risk across the lifespan

Jennifer Deaton

Jennifer aims to conduct interdisciplinary, community-engaged research that supports helping professionals working with trauma; focusing trauma-informed intervention and support to the helping professional and improve client outcomes.

Crystal Epstein

I am interested in the cumulative effects of life course adversity on chronobiology during pregnancy and the stress-buffering effects of social support and physical activity.