Articles by Caryn Darwin, PhD
Dr. Darwin is a licensed psychologist and a licensed specialist in school psychology with over 15 years of experience in the field of mental health working with youth. She completed her Bachelors, Masters and Education Specialist degrees at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN, and earned her Doctorate degree in School Psychology from Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN in 2016. Prior to moving to Texas to complete an APPIC approved pre-doctoral internship at Rockdale Regional Juvenile Justice Center in 2015, Dr. Darwin worked as a school psychologist in Tennessee for ten years. Dr. Darwin's research and clinical interests include the impact of trauma and ecological factors on social/emotional, behavioral, and academic functioning; advocacy and fostering self-determination in all youth, including those from diverse and multicultural backgrounds; positive behavior intervention supports; restorative justice principles and practices; and, dismantling the school to prison pipeline. She has presented at both state and national conferences on disruptive behavior disorders and crisis intervention and has publications in the National Register of Health Service Psychologists and in the Texas Association of School Psychologists newsletter.
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