Emma Parrish, B.S. PDF Print E-mail

CEDAR Coordinator/Clinical Research Assistant

 

 

 

Emma Parrish, B.S., is a clinical research assistant at the CEDAR Clinic. Emma oversees and manages outcomes assessments and data collection in the clinic, provides individualized educational and occupational coaching to CEDAR clients, and supervises the undergraduate clinical and research volunteer interns. Emma also is the clinical research coordinator for the Cognition for Learning and for Understanding Everyday Social Situations (CLUES) study.

 

Clinical Involvement: The CEDAR Clinic's educational and occupational coaching program provides individual support and advocacy for clients experiencing difficulty with their academic or occupational pursuits. The program is adaptable to the specific cognitive, social, and executive functional deficits that hinder performance of the particular client, with an emphasis on generalizable skill acquisition and growth.

 

Academic: Emma earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from Northeastern University. She plans to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology.

Last Updated on Friday, 21 July 2017 00:20