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Mike Van Wie, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of School & Health Service Psychology,
College of Human Sciences and Humanities

Office: Bayou 1508.16


Dr. Van Wie received his Ph.D. in School Psychology from the University of Missouri and completed an APA-approved pre-doctoral internship at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine/Kennedy Krieger Institute Behavioral Psychology program. Following completion of his internship, he continued at JHSOM/KKI for postdoctoral training with the Child and Family Therapy Clinic. While at KKI, Dr. Van Wie provided evidence based therapy to children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Van Wie is a National Credentialed School Psychologist (NCSP).

Dr. Van Wie directs the Stress Assessment and Intervention Lab. His research program broadly focuses on youth internalizing disorders (e.g., anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorders). He is interested in identifying strategies to improve multi-informant assessment methods and incorporating discrepant youth and caregiver reports into comprehensive treatment approaches. Dr. Van Wie is also interested in measuring trajectories of youth internalizing disorders to identify early intervention and prevention strategies across youth, parent, and school-wide interventions.

Dr. Van Wie is committed to mentoring graduate students across masters and doctoral level programs in the department. As an advisor, Dr. Van Wie aims to support students growth as independent researchers and scholars. He runs an active research lab, which is routinely engaged in designing and implementing experimental interventions, analyzing results, publishing outcomes and disseminating information at conferences and trainings.

See his curriculum vitae for more information and a link to the lab website. He will be accepting doctoral students for the 2024-2025 academic year (application year 2023).

Curriculum Vitae

Areas of Expertise

  • Developmental psychopathology
  • Internalizing disorders
  • School mental health
  • Functional family therapy
  • Parent behavior management interventions