Sociocultural factors in psychological risk and resilience
Mental health care disparities
Cultural competence and cross cultural psychotherapy
Alloy, L.B., & Seltzer, M.K. (2017). Risk for depressive disorders. In A. Wenzel, E. Flannery-Schroeder, & D. Friedman-Wheeler (Eds.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. New York: Sage Publications.
Posters and Presentations
Seltzer, M.K., Lines, M.M. (2019, September) Learning together: Creating interprofessional education opportunities. Developing and Researching Advanced Models of Integrated Primary Care 2019 Conference, Wilmington, DE.
Graham, A., Seltzer, M.K., McArthur, B.A., Frazier, A., Alloy, L.B. (2019, September). Racial identity as a moderator of the association between body esteem and depression among female African American adolescents. Society of Research in Psychopathology Annual Convention, Buffalo, NY.
Graham, A., Seltzer, M.K., Alloy, L.B. (2018, November). Examining the role of future orientation among African American adolescents facing racial discrimination. Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
Evans, J., Germán, M., Harrison, R.R., Khatri, P., Seltzer, M.K. (2017, September). Diversity in pediatric primary care. Developing and Researching Advanced Models of Integrated Primary Care 2017 Conference, Wilmington, DE.
Awards and Honors
2016-2017, Commendation of Excellence for Research, Clinical Work, Coursework, and Professionalism, Temple University
2016-2017, University Fellowship, Temple University
2013-2014, Travel Award, College of Liberal Arts, Temple University
2013, 2015, Travel Award, Department of Psychology, Temple University
2010, Magna Cum Laude, University of Pennsylvania
2009, Millstein Family Undergraduate Research Grant, University of Pennsylvania
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
American Psychology Association
- Division 12: Clinical Psychology
- Division 35: Psychology of Women
- Division 45: Culture, Ethnicity, and Race
- Division 53: Child and Adolescent Psychology
- Division 54: Pediatric Psychology
Patient Experience Ratings
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