University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Vermont Center for Children, Youth and Families

Bio for Masha Ivanova, Ph.D.
Masha Ivanova, Ph.D.

Masha Ivanova, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology - Research Pathway


Contact Information
E-mail: Masha.Ivanova@uvm.edu
Office Location:
Room 3211A (St. J.), UHC Building, 1 South Prospect St, Burlington, VT

Area of Interest

Clinical interests:  Applying evidence-based treatments of children's emotional, behavioral, and social problems from the family perspective. 
Research Interests:  Understanding environmental factors, including cultural and family influences, as risk and protective factors for child psychopathology.

Education

 --         1992   Moscow State University
B.A.      1996   University of Harford
Ph.D.    2002   University at Albany  (Clinical Psychology)

Postdoctoral Training

2002-2004    
Post-doctoral Fellow
Research Center for Children, Youth, and Families, Psychiatry Department, UVM

Academic Appointments

2010-present
Assistant Professor of Psychology (secondary appointment)
2006-present
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Research Pathway, UVM
2004-2005
Research Associate, Research Center for Children, Youth, and Families, Psychiatry Department, UVM

Appointments

2012-present
Co-Director, UVM Clinical Psychology Internship Program (accredited by the American Psychological Association)


Publications (Peer Reviewed)

Representative Publications:

Ivanova, M.Y., Achenbach, T.M., Rescorla, L.A., Turner, L.V., Au, A., Caldas, J.C., Chaalal, N., .... Zasepa, E. (in press). Syndromes of Collateral-Reported Psychopathology for Ages 18-59 in 17 Societies. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology.

Ivanova, M.Y., Achenbach, T.M., Rescorla, L.A., Turner, L.V., Au. A., Caldas, J.C., ... Zasepa, E.(in press). Syndromes of self-reported psychopathology for ages 18-59 in 28 societies. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment.

Ivanova, M.Y., Achenbach, T.M., Rescorla, L.A., Bilenberg, N., Kristensen, S., Bjarnadottir, G. ... Verhulst, F.C. (2011). Syndromes of preschool psychopathology reported by teachers and caregivers in 14 societies. Journal of Early Childhood and Preschool Psychology, 7, 99- 16.  

Ivanova, M.Y., Achenbach, T.M., Rescorla, L.A., Harder, V.S., Ang, R.P., Bilenberg, N. ... Verhulst, F.C. (2010). Preschool psychopathology reported by parents in 23 societies: Testing the seven-syndrome model of the Child Behavior Checklist for Ages 1.5-5. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 49, 1215-1224. 

Ivanova, M.Y., Achenbach, T.M., Rescorla, L.A., Dumenci, L., Almqvist, F., Bilenberg, N. ... Verhulst, F.C. (2007)
. The generalizability of the Youth Self-Report syndrome structure in 23 Societies. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 75, 729-738 .  

Ivanova, M.Y., Achenbach, T.M., Dumenci, L., Rescorla, L.A., Almqvist, F., Bilenberg, N. ... Verhulst, F.C. (2007). Testing the 8-syndrome structure of the Child Behavior Checklist in 30 societies.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 36, 405-417.

Ivanova, M.Y., Achenbach, T.M., Rescorla, L.A., Dumenci, L., Almqvist, F., Bathiche, M. ... Verhulst, F.C. (2007).T esting the generalizability of the Teacher’s Report Form syndromes in 20 societies. School Psychology Review, 36, 468-483.

Ivanova, M.Y. & Israel. A.C. (2006). Family stability as a protective factor against psychopathology for inner-city children receiving psychological services. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 35, 564-570.

Ivanova, M. Y., & Israel, A. C. (2005). Family stability as a protective factor against the influences of pessimistic attributional style on depression. Journal of Cognitive Therapy and Research, 29, 243-251.


Licensure

2007-present   
Clinical Psychologist, Doctorate, Vermont (License #048-0000914)

Clinical Appointments

2007-present     Staff Clinical Psychologist
Outpatient Psychiatry, Fletcher Allen Healthcare, Burlington, VT