Samantha Corralejo is a doctoral student in the Combined Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology program. She received her B.S. in psychology at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA and her M.A. in psychology with a behavioral emphasis from University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA. Her previous research topics include parent training, time-out, and treatment outcome analysis. She also has applied experience as a behavioral therapist for children diagnosed with autism. Her current research interests include parenting interventions for Latino families and bilingual interventions in general. At USU Samantha is a Pre-Doctoral Research Fellow through the Office of Research and Graduate Studies. In her “free time” Samantha enjoys cooking, running, and spending time with her partner Todd.
Dissertation proposal: Technology in Parenting Programs: A Systematic Review and Pilot Study of an App-based Intervention for Latinx Families (Proposed)