The McLeod lab is engaged in research projects designed to develop and evaluate treatment integrity tools, training strategies, and interventions to help improve the quality of mental health care in community settings for youth and their families. A major theme in our research is developing and evaluating instruments designed to assess the core components of treatment integrity. Most of our current funded work focuses on developing pragmatic observer- and self-report treatment integrity instruments to support quality control efforts designed to promote the evaluation, implementation, and sustainability of evidence-based programs in community settings.
Our research projects provide opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to learn about and participate in research focused upon improving the quality of care for youth and their families. As a mentor, I am dedicated to training graduate students to become the next generation of applied researchers focused upon improving the quality of care for youth and their families in community settings.
I do not plan to admit a student for the 2018-19 academic year.
In 2013, I published a book entitled “Diagnostic and Behavioral Assessment in Children and Adolescents” with Guilford Press. To receive a 20% discount from Guilford Press for the book follow this link: http://www.guilford.com/cgi-bin/cartscript.cgi?page=pr/mcleod.htm&add_promo=2EClinical Child/Adolescent Concentration Director Associate Editor, Behavior Therapy Faculty Member, Clark-Hill Institute for Positive Youth Development (804) 827-5230 Office (804) 828-2237 Fax Email: email@example.com Mailing address: Department of Psychology 806 West Franklin Street PO Box 842018 Richmond, Virginia 23284-2018