Claire L. Kirk, PhD
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
Postdoctoral Fellow, Trauma and Grief Center
Texas Children's Hospital
Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine
|Auburn University||PhD||Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology||2018|
|University of Wisconsin||internship||2018|
|Mississippi State University||masters||Master of Science in Clinical Psychology||2012|
Dr. Kirk is a postdoctoral fellow with the Trauma and Grief Center. She provides evidence-based assessment and treatment for children and adolescents who have experienced trauma and/or loss. She aims to create a warm, empathic, and collaborative environment for all of the families she serves. She also contributes to research related to the assessment and treatment of trauma-exposed and bereaved youth. She is passionate about improving access to care for those in need of mental health services, and has a strong interest in teaching and training, which is reflected in both her research and practice.
|American Psychological Association, Division 53: Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology||Member|
|Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies||Member|
|Association for Psychological Science||Member|
Busler, J., Kirk, C., Keeley, J., & Buskist, W. (2018). What constitutes poor teaching? A preliminary inquiry into the misbehaviors of not-so-good instructors. Teaching of Psychology, 10.1177/0098628317727907.
Kirk, C., Busler, J., Keeley, J., & Buskist, W. (2015). Effective tools for assessing characteristics of excellent teaching: The Teacher Behavior Checklist as exemplar. In R. S. Jhangiani, J. D. Troisi, B. Fleck, A. Legg, & H. Hussey (Eds.), A compendium of scales for use in the scholarship of teaching and learning. Retrieved from Society for the Teaching of Psychology web site: (http://teachpsych.org/ebooks/compscalessotp).
Keeley, J., DeLao, C., & Kirk, C. (2012). The commutative property in comorbid diagnosis: Does A+B=B+A? Clinical Psychological Science 1, 16-29.
Peterson, S., Petursdottir, A., & Kirk, C. (2012). Early response distribution and outcomes of response-restriction analyses. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 45, 631-636.