Presenter Information

Sophia DunnFollow

Major

Psychology

Anticipated Graduation Year

2022

Access Type

Restricted Access

Abstract

CRT seeks a mission to help children who have faced trauma in the Chicago area, and my project is a way to track the positive progression of clients and therapist over the past four years to see if that mission has been met. The goal of my project was to learn how to track progression of clients-therapists and understand different levels of progression. Looking at the broad data, I wanted to get a better understanding and began to focus on details like gender and age. I found the strongest areas of progression at CRT, as well as areas for improvement and presented to the Research Team who then shared my results with the CRT Therapy Team.

Community Partners

Children's Research Triangle

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Colleen Conley, Professor, Psychology

Supported By

Anne Wells, Supervisor, Children's Research Triangle

Comments

This presentation is for the Undergraduate Research and Engagement Symposium for Mellon Funding.

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CRT Therapist Progression 2016 to 2020

CRT seeks a mission to help children who have faced trauma in the Chicago area, and my project is a way to track the positive progression of clients and therapist over the past four years to see if that mission has been met. The goal of my project was to learn how to track progression of clients-therapists and understand different levels of progression. Looking at the broad data, I wanted to get a better understanding and began to focus on details like gender and age. I found the strongest areas of progression at CRT, as well as areas for improvement and presented to the Research Team who then shared my results with the CRT Therapy Team.