Michael T. Morrow

Program Director & Associate Professor, Psychology

Boyer Hall 124 (267) 620-4765

About Me

Dr. Michael Morrow is an Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Program in Counseling.  He earned his B.A in Psychology at Washington and Lee University and his Ph.D. from the University of Delaware, where he specialized in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.  He completed a clinical residency and two postdoctoral fellowships at Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children.  Dr. Morrow is the 2016 recipient of the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching and is committed to training graduate Counseling students in evidence-based assessment and intervention.  He has clinical expertise in the treatment of pediatric inattention, conduct problems, anxiety, and depression. Dr. Morrow has also developed a niche in working with youth who are involved in serious bullying and piloted a group intervention for children who have suffered chronic peer victimization.  His research is centered on children’s peer relations with specific focus on the psychosocial effects of bullying. He is currently using daily diary methods to explore the day-to-day processes through which bullying contributes to emotional and academic difficulties in preadolescence.  Dr. Morrow recently developed and validated a measure to assess the different types of bullying that children experience in elementary school. Dr. Morrow runs a private practice in the community, where he offers therapy and evaluation services. 

Arcadia Courses Taught: Research Methods, Design, & Evaluation (PY521), Introduction to Child and Adolescent Counseling (PY615), Advanced Child & Adolescent Counseling (PY621)

 

Education History

Washington and Lee University 2003

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Psychology

University of Delaware 2009

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology

Publications

First Author 2017

Advancing counselor education in evidence-based practice

Article, International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling

Co-Authored with Morrow, M. T., Lee, H-H., Bartoli, E., & Gillem, A. R.

First Author 2016

Dyadic accuracy and bias in preadolescents’ perceived peer relations: Associations with aggression, depression, and peer victimization

Article, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Co-Authored with Morrow, M. T., Hubbard, J. A., Sallee, M. A., Barhight, L. J., Lines, M. D., & Rubin, R. M.

First Author 2015

Consultation in bullying prevention: An elementary-school case study

Article, School Community Journal

Co-Authored with Morrow, M. T., Hooker, S. D., & Cate, Rebecca Lynne

First Author 2014

Fifth-grade children’s daily experiences of peer victimization and negative emotions: Moderating effects of sex and peer rejection

Article, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology

Co-Authored with Morrow, M. T., Hubbard, J. A., Barhight, L. J., & Thomson, A. K.

First Author 2018

Preadolescents’ daily peer victimization and perceived social competence: Moderating effects of classroom aggression.

Article

Co-Authored with Morrow, M. T., Hubbard, J. A., & Sharp, M. K.