Molly Joseph is a Research Coordinator at the University of Washington AIMS Center, part of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Molly received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in education from the UW in June 2021. In her undergrad, she discovered an interest in psychology-related statistics, worked as a College and Career Readiness Assistant at a local high school with the UW Dream Project, and volunteered as a research assistant with the BEVS (Bar Experiences and Views Study) lab in UW’s Center for the Study of Health and Risk Behaviors (CSHRB). After graduating, she spent the summer in Boston working as a counselor at Camp Baker— a modified 6-week Summer Treatment Program (STP)—providing 250 hours of tailored treatment to children ages 6-12 years old with ADHD and related disabilities and disorders. She hopes to pursue a PhD in child clinical psychology within the next few years, working to improve outcomes for children with neurodevelopmental disorders.
Currently, she is working on the New York State Behavioral Health Integration Project as a secondary coder for qualitative data analysis, and on the Premera Rural Mental Health Integration Initiative. Molly is excited to be with the AIMS Center, deepening her knowledge of and interest in research. In her free time, Molly enjoys running (hoping to train for a half marathon), watching football, exploring the PNW, travelling, and spending time with family and friends.