Dr. Lianne Tomfohr-Madsen

Canada Research Chair in Mental Health and Intersectionality

Associate Professor, Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education

Dr. Tomfohr-Madsen’s research harnesses methodology from clinical and counselling psychology, health psychology and public health to understand intersectional risk and resilience factors that contribute to the development of psychological distress in parents and children. Her research aims to refine and disseminate psychological interventions to improve parent and child mental health, with a focus on developing mobile health interventions that can best engage traditionally underserved populations. She also strives to shift public policy to create greater accessibility of mental health interventions and to identify targets for reformation of recruitment, training, and retention of diverse and culturally competent clinician scientists.

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