Lab Alumni

Erin Hall, Ph.D.
Erin graduated from Boston University in Clinical Psychology in January 2007. While in Boston she completed practica at Boston Medical Center, McLean Hospital, and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Her dissertation was in the area of Posttraumatic Stress in children with injuries. Currently, she is back in Montreal teaching psychology at Dawson College and has established a private clinical psychology practice at AccessMed, a private medical clinic.
Email: ehall AT dawsoncollege DOT qc DOT ca

Evangelia Lambidoni, Ed.D.
Evangelia is a graduate of the National University of Athens, Greece, Department of Philosophy, Pedagogic and Psychology. She has a master's in Counseling from the Boston University School of Education and a doctoral degree in Developmental Studies and Counseling from the same school. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Trauma Center at Justice Resource Insitute, in Brookline, MA. Evangelia has clinical experience in psychological assessment and psychotherapy with children and adults with developmental/ learning/ mood/ anxiety/adjustment disorders. She is currently working with children and adults that have been impacted by trauma. Her research projects  have focused on familial and other environmental factors that contribute to the development and maintenance of childhood anxiety, parenting factors that may enhance treatment outcomes, and coping changes in repeated narrative writing. Currently, she is coordinating a pilot study investigating the effectiveness of Neurofeedback in the treatment of trauma-realted symptoms.
Email: elambidoni AT jri DOT org

Susan Moore, Ph.D.
Susan is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, a division of the Stanford University School of Medicine. Her research interests are focused on the influence of self-regulatory processes, self-awareness, and other psychological/behavioral factors on the development and treatment of obesity. Susan earned her BA in psychology from Duke University and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Boston University. Her dissertation, completed in Dr. Brody’s lab, examined narrative emotional disclosure, mindfulness, experiential avoidance, and mental health. Susan completed her clinical internship at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center and predoctoral practica at Brookline Community Mental Health Center, the Eating Disorders Program in the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, and The Danielsen Institute.

Ora Nakash, Ph.D.
Ora is an Assistant Professor at the New School of Psychology at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzeliya, Israel. She completed her doctorate at Boston University with Prof. Brody in 2003; and a post doctoral training at the Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School, and at the Stone Center at Wellesley College. Following her training she served as a research associate at the Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research and a staff psychologist at the Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School. Her research focuses on the study of the effects of social and cultural factors on mental health with specific interest in implicit cognitive processes and their effect on identity formation and mental health. She is particularly interested in the field of mental health disparities with the goal of improving the access, equity and quality of these services for disadvantaged and minority populations. She recently received a grant from the EU to study the effects of bias on intuitive decision making of mental health providers.
Email: onakash AT idc DOT ac DOT il   

Suzanne H. Park, Ph.D.
Susanne is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Occupational Therapy, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. Upon receiving her doctorate degree at Boston University under the guidance of Professor Brody, Suzanne finished her predoctoral internship at the New York University-Bellevue Hospital Center and moved on to complete a postdoctoral clinical fellowship at the Division of Pain Medicine, Columbia University Medical Center. She relocated to Seoul and served as the Director of the International Clinic of Mindbig Mental Health Counseling Center, with the primary role of providing psychological services to foreign residents of Korea. She worked as a lecturer in the Department of Psychology, Yonsei University, and now works at the Department of Occupational Therapy, where she teaches psychology-related courses.
Email: suzannehpark AT yahoo DOT com