Jasmine Coleman is a doctoral student in the child/adolescent concentration of the clinical psychology doctoral program at VCU. She earned her B.A. in psychology from Drew University in 2013, and she began her graduate work at VCU in August 2015. Jasmine’s research explores the environmental factors, such as family, peer and neighborhood factors, which may be associated with positive and negative outcomes in adolescents. Her current research examines differences in adolescents’ problem behavior as a function of family composition, adolescent gender and adult support.