Paris Singleton, M.A.
Graduate Research Assistant
Paris Singleton joined the Center for Childhood Resilience in 2018 as a graduate student. She is involved in projects researching school and community-based interventions for child trauma.
Prior to joining the Center for Childhood Resilience, Ms. Singleton worked as a research assistant at McLean Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Mood Disorders Laboratory. There, she utilized multimodal approaches to understand the biological and environmental mechanisms that influence the development and treatment of mood disorders in adolescents. Ms. Singleton also has experience working in non-profits and providing services to underserved children and adults. Currently, her research centers on the development, implementation, and evaluation of youth mental health interventions. She is particularly interested in understanding the factors that influence implementation of these interventions in under resourced communities.
Ms. Singleton graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard University and is currently completing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine.