Annette M. La Greca Lab Members

Caroline Ehrlich
  • Caroline is a fifth-year graduate student in the child clinical track of the clinical psychology program at the University of Miami.  She received her undergraduate degree in Latin American Studies at the University of Miami, where she also completed post-baccalaureate work in psychology.  Her primary research interests center around adolescents' responses to stress, with particular interest in peer victimization and trauma. Caroline will be completing her clinical internship at the Mailman Center for Child Development at the University of Miami this coming academic year.
BreAnne Danzi
  • BreAnne is a fourth-year graduate student in the child clinical psychology track of the clinical program at the University of Miami.  She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Her primary research interests focus on how stress and trauma affect youth mental health, as well as diagnostic conceptualizations of posttraumatic stress.
Ashley Marchante
  • Ashley is a fourth-year graduate student in the pediatric health track of the clinical psychology program at the University of Miami.  She received her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College. She is interested in the impact of migration-related stress and trauma, as well as family and peer relationships, on physical health in Hispanic youth.
Naomi Tarlow‌
  • Naomi is a first-year graduate student in the child clinical psychology track of the clinical program at the University of Miami. She received her undergraduate degree in English at the University of Pennsylvania. She is primarily interested in understanding risk and resilience for mood and anxiety disorders in youth, particularly in the context of interpersonal trauma.