Michael T. Morrow

Assistant Professor, Psychology

Boyer Hall 124 1 (267) 620-4765

About Me

Dr. Michael Morrow 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 committed to training graduate Counseling students in evidence-based practices.  He has clinical expertise in the treatment of conduct problems and specialized experience in integrated primary care.  Dr. Morrow has 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 experiences contribute to emotional and academic difficulties in preadolescents.  Dr. Morrow is committed to advising graduate counseling students in assisting with ongoing research and completing independent research projects.  Finally, Dr. Morrow runs a small private practice in the community, where he offers therapy and evaluation services. 

Arcadia Courses Taught:
Human Development: Life Span (PY516)
Couples and Family Therapy (PY611)
Child and Adolescent Counseling: Clinical and School (PY615)

Education History

Washington and Lee University 2003

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Psychology

University of Delaware 2009

Ph.D.in Clinical Psychology



Consultation in bullying prevention: An elementary-school case study

Article, School Community Journal

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


The development and evaluation of a mental health training for foster parents

Article, Journal of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association

Co-Authored with Garwood, B. E., Brutko, L. M., Schneider, C. A., & Cuttic, J. A.


The role of actual group norms and perceived peer behavior in bystander intervention to bullying

Article, Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

Co-Authored with Barhight, L., Grassetti, S. N., & Hubbard, J. A.

Co-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 Hubbard, J. A., Barhight, L. J., & Thomson, A. K.