Applying to graduate school can be a daunting process — from standardized tests to grueling on-site interviews. As someone who recently completed graduate school, there are many things about this process that I wish I had known before I applied.
Articles by Laura K. Hansen, PhD
Laura K. Hansen, PhD, is a postdoctoral fellow at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Mo. She recently completed her clinical psychology pre-doctoral internship (autism emphasis) at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis and graduated with her PhD in clinical psychology in August 2019. Dr. Hansen has worked in a wide variety of clinical settings and has particular expertise in the treatment and assessment of children and adolescents. Her research is focused on assessing and improving literacy of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in the general population. In her spare time, Dr. Hansen enjoys spending time outdoors running and cycling, as well as spending time indoors with her cat, Jaime Lannister.
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