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Megan Goslin, PhD

Associate Research Scientist in the Child Study Center



Dr. Goslin is a clinical psychologist working as an Associate Research Scientist in the Yale School of Medicine's Child Study Center. She has a variety of clinical, teaching, supervision, and research responsibilities. She has particular expertise in intervening with children, families, and communities following potentially traumatic events, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence, community violence, school shootings, motor vehicle accidents, and other upsetting events. She also conducts comprehensive psychological assessment (psychological testing) for a variety of learning, behavior, and social-emotional concerns. Her research interests include assessment and intervention with youth exposed to trauma and violence and understanding barriers to engaging traditionally underserved populations in outpatient treatment. She has been providing treatment and assessment for over 15 years.

Education & Training

  • PhD
    Pennsylvania State University (2010)

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