PhD: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2003
Internship: Yale University School of Medicine
Post-doc: Yale University School of Medicine
ABPP Diplomate: Clinical Psychology
Fellow: APA Division 29
Research Interests: Dr. Callahan is a Professor of Psychology and the Director of Clinical Training for the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology. She is also the Director of the Evidence-based Training and Competencies Research Lab. Dr. Callahan conceptualizes training to be a systems level intervention with lasting effects across the career lifespan. Those effects may be particularly impactful in underserved areas where few providers exist. As such, her team's work primarily centers on improving psychological services and client outcomes among under-served and disadvantaged populations via careful inquiry elucidating client and therapist variables, as well as the contributions of training and supervisors. She has been recognized by multiple awards for mentorship and was a recipient of the NIH Loan Repayment Program for Individuals from Disadvantaged Backgrounds. She has also been awarded grants from the American Psychological Foundation (Division 17; Counseling Psychology) as well as the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) to facilitate her work on assessment of competencies. Dr. Callahan was co-PI on a Norine Johnson Psychotherapy Research Grant (Division 29; Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy) for work on improving psychotherapist effectiveness. Dr. Callahan has authored more than 100 publications and is the current Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Psychotherapy Integration. She is also an Associate Editor for the journal Training and Education in Professional Psychology and a Consulting Editor for the journals Psychotherapy and Practice Innovations. She is board certified in Clinical Psychology and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 29; Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy). (Dr. Callahan's research page).