During this webinar, Dr. Cragin will review treatment approaches and clinical guidelines for clients experiencing comorbid psychosis and trauma-related disorders. Resources will be shared after the event.
Dr. Casey Cragin received her BA in Psychology from College of the Holy Cross in 2010 and her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University New England in 2017. She completed her predoctoral internship at University of California Davis CAARE Center and SacEDAPT Clinic, where she obtained specialized training in the treatment of children and adolescents with trauma-related disorders and adolescents and young adults with early psychosis. She helped to develop an integrated treatment protocol for cooccurring trauma and psychosis in young people and her dissertation, entitled Early Psychosis and Trauma-Related Disorders: Clinical Practice Guidelines and Future Directions, focused on developing expert consensus guidelines for such treatment. Dr. Cragin continued her clinical and research training in early psychosis during her postdoctoral fellowship at the Commonwealth Research Center and CEDAR Clinic as a Harvard Medical School Research Fellow. Dr. Cragin is currently a licensed psychologist at Women and Infants Hospital’s Brown Center for Children. She was appointed as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in 2022. Dr. Cragin’s research is focused on identifying early indicators and understanding developmental pathways of neurodevelopmental disorders.