Dr. Michael Morrow, associate professor of Psychology, published “Teacher factors contributing to dosage of the KiVa anti-bullying program,” a paper that examines the influence of faculty in implementing anti-bullying intervention in elementary schools, in the Journal of School Psychology. The paper was co-authored with Drs. Lauren E. Swift, Julie A. Hubbard, Megan K. Bookhout, Stevie N. Grassetti from the University of Delaware, and Dr. Marissa A. Smith from the Children’s National Medical Center.
Additionally, Dr. Morrow was invited to present on evidence-based psychotherapies for children and adolescents at Pace University on Oct. 24. Students and faculty in Pace’s master’s and doctoral Counseling programs attended the event.
At Arcadia, Dr. Morrow coordinates the Child & Family Training curriculum within the University’s graduate Counseling program. He also serves on the board of the Philadelphia Behavior Therapy Association.