The Yale Child Study Center welcomes new community members on an on-going basis, including Daniela Flores and Surraya Miller who joined the Yale Child Study Center in the last month. A warm welcome to Surraya and Daniela!
Daniela Flores: An undergraduate at Yale, Flores developed an interest in science communications through previous roles at Yale West Campus and the Yale Peabody Museum. At West Campus, she worked as a communications intern, focused on reporting novel research, and writing profiles on undergraduate students in the labs. At the Peabody, she worked as a museum interpreter and an after school teacher for the EVOLUTIONS program. She is joining the YCSC to support the center’s mission in a communications assistant role.
Surraya Miller, LMSW: A Connecticut native, Miller earned a bachelor’s in social science from Albertus Magus College in New Haven and completed graduate school at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. During her graduate training, she completed internships with Yale adult ambulatory outpatient psychiatric programs including the Continuing Care Clinic and the Intensive Outpatient Program, working with the elderly, at risk youth, and individuals with a history of trauma and/or comorbid concerns. Miller’s master's capstone project examined Body Dysphoric Disorder (BDD) the role of trauma may play in the development of BDD. She joins the YCSC as a Family Based Recovery (FBR) clinician.