Noel Shadowen, Post-Doctoral Researcher
University of Delaware
129 Wolf Hall
Newark, DE 19716
Noel Shadowen is a post-doctoral researcher with the Center for Training, Evaluation, and Community Collaboration (C-TECC). Her three primary areas of interest include: 1) international and cross-cultural prevention and intervention programs that take into account the complexities of social-ecological context, 2) experiences of trauma in childhood and the nuanced and cumulative effects of early adverse experiences on developmental trajectories and personality development through adolescence and adulthood, and 3) the effects of discrimination experiences, social injustices, and context on youth and young adults who hold marginalized identities. She is also interested in the impact of prevention and other support programing on the mental health and development of students on college campuses. Clinical and research experiences with youth in multiple contexts inform her research. Dr. Shadowen is clinically trained in several empirically-supported treatments and assessments for children, including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).
At C-TECC, Dr. Shadowen manages the Delaware CORE (Community Outreach, Referral, and Early Intervention) evaluation. This program serves youth and young adults who have experienced symptoms of early psychosis in the past two years. Dr. Shadowen also enjoys working on the Parenting Plus intervention, which targets parenting and financial concerns for high-risk families who have a young child by providing skills and support within a group for these areas of concern.
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