Research & Publications
Dr Goyette-Ewing completed her PhD in child clinical psychology at Yale University and her BA with Honors in Psychology at Brown University. After her internship, postdoctoral clinical fellowship, and a research fellowship at the Child Study Center, she subsequently joined the faculty. As part of the teaching mission of the Child Study Center, she has served the Director of Psychology Training Program since 2005, directing a two-year coordinated internship and postdoctoral fellowship. As Clinical Director of Outpatient Services, she assumed a leadership role within the clinical practice in 2016. In her clinical work, Dr Goyette-Ewing has a strong interest in psychological evaluations of children with developmental and learning differences. She has served as a psychologist on the Child Study Center's Developmental Disabilities teams since 2007. Dr Goyette-Ewing is dedicated to improving the lives of children and families through advancing initiatives to deliver excellent clinical care and fostering the next generation of leaders in child mental health.
Education & Training
- PhDYale University, Psychology (1992)
- BABrown University, Psychology (1982)
- FellowYale University, Child Study Center