Katrina is a graduate student in the child-adolescent concentration of the clinical psychology doctoral program at VCU. She graduated from Wayne State University in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in honors psychology. Katrina’s research interests broadly focus on the implementation of evidence-based programs aimed at ameliorating long-term maladaptive outcomes within home, school and clinical contexts. She is primarily interested in understanding the mechanisms through which these contexts influence each other to promote positive behavioral trajectories in young children. She has secondary interests in evidence-based assessment, supervision and training.