Wilson awarded for outstanding thesis
October 3, 2017
The VCU Graduate School has awarded Stephanie Wilson, a doctoral student in the clinical psychology program and Families and Mental Health Research Lab, the 2017 VCU Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award in Social Sciences, Business and Education.
$1.1M grant to expand behavioral care for underserved youth, Latinx immigrants, refugees in Richmond
September 21, 2017
The grant will increase the number of psychology doctoral students who work with the Primary Care Psychology Training Collaborative, a VCU program that provides pro bono treatment for a variety of behavioral health and mental health issues in primary care clinics.
Jones, Lozada attend NIH grant writing boot camp
July 7, 2017
The Society for Research in Child Development selected Heather Jones, Ph.D., assistant professor of clinical psychology, and Fantasy Lozada, Ph.D., assistant professor of developmental psychology, as two of its 10 recipients of a competitive award to participate in the National Institutes of Health Grant Writing Boot Camp this summer. Read more.
Nearly $1M grant expands pro bono mental health services to underserved populations in Richmond
June 28, 2016
VCU News recently featured the grant that funds Dr. Jones' work in integrated care. The grant expands a program that provides training to doctoral students studying clinical and counseling psychology and embeds them in Richmond-area primary care clinics to provide pro bono mental and behavioral health services to underserved populations. Read more.
Jones featured on VCU Women's Health Research Portal
April 10, 2017
The VCU Women's Health Research Portal profiled Heather Jones, Ph.D., as its "Featured Researcher." Read more.