Research & Publications
Maria Christina Crouch (Deg Hit'an and Coahuiltecan Tribes), PhD, is a clinical-community psychologist and a postdoctoral research fellow at Yale School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry. Her clinical work and program of research is focused on the intersection of trauma-informed care, evidence-based practices, and practice-based evidence (Indigenous approaches) to address alcohol and drug issues, trauma, and related health impacts of social determinants among American Indian and Alaska Native communities from a cultural, strengths-based approach.
Education & Training
- PhDUniversity of Alaska Anchorage, Clinical-Community Psychology (2021)
- MSUniversity of Alaska Anchorage, Clinical Psychology (2017)
- BAUniversity of Alaska Anchorage, Psychology (2014)