Programs

Adolescent and Young Adult Health Justice Program

The Adolescent and Young Adult Health Justice Program , led by Dr. Sylvie Naar, focuses on developing and testing behavioral interventions to promote health equity among adolescents and emerging adults.

Intervention Research Advancing Care Equity (iRACE)

The goal of our intervention research is to improve patient care among medically underserved populations through evidence-based behavioral interventions in the context of learning healthcare systems.

Sleep, Trauma, and Emotional Processes (STEP) Program

The STEP (Sleep, Trauma, and Emotional Processes) program, led by Dr. Scott M. Pickett, examines the influence and interaction of vulnerabilities, such as maladaptive emotion regulation and sleep disruption, on negative mental and physical health outcomes.

Community Health and Social Epidemiology (CHASE) Program

Dr. Tyra Dark created the Community Health and Social Epidemiology (CHASE) program, housed within the Center for Translational Behavioral Science, to investigate the impact of social conditions on community health.

Integrative Science for Healthy Aging

The Integrative Science for Healthy Aging Program, led by Dr. Julia Sheffler, broadly involves the development and assessment of interventions for mental-health problems and neurocognitive disorders in older adults

Program on Client Centered Research and Care

The Program on Client Centered Research and Care (pCCRC), led by Iván Balán, Ph.D. and his collaborator Rebecca Giguere, MPH, focuses on two main areas: 1) understanding individual’s experiences interacting with novel behavioral and biomedical interventions, and 2) developing and implementing client-centered counseling interventions to facilitate desired behavior change.

The Youth Resilience Program

The Youth Resilience Program at FSU provides clinical services to families in the context of research. The program aims to provide clinical research services to families with teens who experience frequent negative thoughts and emotional difficulties.