Carla Stover, PhD

Associate Professor

Departments & Organizations

WHRY Pilot Project Program Investigators

Office of Cooperative Research

Biography

Dr. Carla Stover is a licensed clinical psychologist and Associate Professor at the Yale University School of Medicine Child Study Center.  Dr. Stover's research interests are focused on the impact of violence and trauma (particularly family violence) on child development and the advancement of best practice interventions for children and families affected by such violence exposure. Dr. Stover has provided clinical service to families impacted by domestic violence including acute/crisis response, as well as, longer term evidence based treatments like TF-CBT and Child Parent Psychotherapy.  Dr. Stover has been awarded several grants from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to develop interventions for fathers with histories of intimate partner violence (IPV) and substance misuse.  She developed Fathers for Change to enable fathers to reduce both their violence and substance use and improve their parenting.  She has conducted trainings both nationally and internationally on engagement and treatment approaches for fathers with IPV and substance misuse.

Education & Training

PhD California School of Professional Psychology (2002)
Research Intern University of California San Francisco-Department of Psychiatry
Fellow Yale University School of Medicine

Honors & Recognition

  • Outstanding Faculty Research Achievement AwardUniversity of South Florida (2016)

  • Loan Repayment AwardNIDA (2007)

Professional Service

  • National Child Traumatic Stress Network-Family Systems Work Group (2007 - Present) Member

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Contact Info

Carla Stover, PhD
Patient Care Location
Yale Child Study CenterNieson Irving Harris Building
230 South Frontage Road

New Haven, CT 06519
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Mailing Address
PO Box 207900
230 South Frontage Road

New Haven, CT 06520-7900

Curriculum Vitae