Emily K Lichvar, PHD

Emily K Lichvar, PHD

Visiting Assistant Professor

Department : Psychology

Email : emily.lichvar@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7968

Office : MEM 429

Education

PHD, Fordham University
MA, Fordham University
MA, Columbia University
BA, University of Delaware

Publications & Professional Activities

Publications:

Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Bobek, M., Johnson, C.,  Lichvar, E., Henderson, C. & Morgenstern, J.  (submitted).  A Practical Clinical Trial of Family Therapy versus Treatment As Usual for Adolescent Behavior Problems in Usual Care.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.

Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Lichvar, E., Bobek, M., & Henderson, C. (submitted). Validity of Therapist Self-Report Ratings of Fidelity to Evidence-Based Practices for Adolescent Behavior Problems: Correspondence between Therapists and Observers. Administration Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research.

Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Lichvar, E., & Spiewak, G. (2012). Adolescent and Caregiver Reports of ADHD Symptoms Among Inner-City Youth: Agreement, Perceived Need for Treatment, and Behavioral Correlates. Journal of Attention Disorders. doi: 10.1177/1087054712443160

Hogue, A., Dauber, S., Lichvar, E., & Bobek, M.  (2011).  Scoring Manual for the Inventory of Therapy Techniques-Observational Version (ITT-O).  National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University. 

Lichvar, E., Dauber, S., & Hogue, A. (in prep). Predictors of Perceived Need for Treatment and Engagement in Mental Health Services Among Racial/Ethnic Minority Adolescents and Their Parents.

Presentations:

Bick, J., Peloso, E., Lichvar, E., Dozier, M.  (2007). Poster Presentation:  Attachment to Teacher and Cortisol Production Among Young Children in Child Care. Poster presented at Society for Research of Child Development  Research Conference.

Fisher, C., Fried, A., Lichvar, E. (2008).  Presentation: Fordham Resident Alcohol Prevention Program.  NIH, NIAAA Rapid Response Steering Committee Meeting.

Fried, A., Lichvar, E., Fisher, C.B.  (2009). Poster Presentation: Comparing Psychosocial Characteristics of College Student Alcohol-policy Violators and Non-violators. American Psychological Society Annual Convention. 

Lichvar, E., Dauber, S., Hogue, A. (2012). Poster Presentation: Predictors of perceived need for treatment and engagement in mental health services among racial/ethnic minority adolescents and their parents. 2012 National Health Disparities Summit.

Lichvar, E., Dauber, S., Hogue, A. (2013.) Poster Presentation: Predictors of perceived need for treatment and engagement in mental health services among racial/ethnic minority adolescents and their parents. 2013 Biennial Meeting Society for Research in Child Development.

Lichvar, E. & Fisher, C.  (2009). Presentation: The Role of Identity Development and Prospective Adult Role Taking on Alcohol Use and Alcohol Influences in Emerging Adults.  2009 Cross University Collaborative Mentoring Conference. 

Lichvar, E., Hogue, A., Dauber, S. (2010). Poster Presentation: Predicting Perceived Need for Treatment Among High-Risk Adolescents and Their Caregivers. 2010 Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness: Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, National Institute on Drug Abuse, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Baltimore, MD.

 

Honors & Awards

September 2010- May 2011   Fordham University Teaching Fellowship

September 2007- May 2010   Fordham University Presidential Scholarship 

May 2005  University of Delaware Psychology Research Award

September 2005  University of Delaware Undergraduate Research Grant

June- August 2004  National Institute of Health Fellowship in Bio-Medical Research

Professional Memberships

Society for Research in Child Development

Society for Research in Child Development Teaching Mentorship Program

Association of Psychological Science

 

Courses Taught/Teaching

PSYC203 General Psychology I

PSYC209 General Psychology II

PSYC320 Adulthood and Aging

PSYC429-09 Independent Study