About the Reining in Anxiety Research Team at New York University,
Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (PI Kimberly Hoagwood)
The NYU Reining in Anxiety research team is led by Principal Investigator and intervention co-developer Kimberly Hoagwood, PhD (middle), co-investigators Sarah Horwitz, PhD (second row, right) and intervention co-developer Mary Acri, PhD, (first row, right), intervention co-developer and trainer Meghan Morrissey, LCSW, PATH CTRI, (top left), study coordinators Dana Seag (middle left) and Lauren Seibel PATH CTRI, (bottom left), and communications Robin Peth-Pierce, MPA.
Together, our research team has over eight decades of experience in conducting mental health services and social work research, focused primarily on increasing parent and child engagement in mental health services and improving both the quality and delivery of mental health care services for children and families in New York State and nationally.
Several of our research team members are lifelong equine enthusiasts, and have combined their talents from mental health and the equine worlds to improve the treatment of children with mild to moderate anxiety.
Have questions about the developing and testing of the Reining in Anxiety™ intervention at GallopNYC? Email study coordinators Lauren or Dana for more information. Click here to learn more about our partner, GallopNYC.