New CAS Faculty
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Jill Holm-Denoma, Assistant Professor of Psychology, received her B.A. (2001) from Illinois Wesleyan University in Psychology with a minor emphasis on Hispanic Studies. She received her M.A. (2004) and Ph.D. (2007) in Clinical Psychology from the Florida State University. She comes to the UVM Psychology Department from the Minneapolis VA Medical Center where she recently completed her clinical internship in adult psychopathology.
Dr. Holm-Denoma conducts research on the classification of eating disorders, risk factors for the development of eating pathology (especially among traditionally understudied populations), and the overlap of eating disorders and self-injurious behaviors. Her Ph.D. research focused on conducting an empirical examination of the latent structure of anorexia nervosa using taxometric and genetic analyses. She is teaching a graduate course on Adult Psychological Assessment this fall and an undergraduate course called Introduction to Clinical and Counseling Psychology next spring. She will also be supervising graduate students in the Behavior Therapy and Psychotherapy Center during the 2007-2008 academic year.
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