Dr. Huang's research focuses on understanding the cultural factors associated child development and psychopathology for ethnic minority and immigrant youth, and the prevention of psychopathology for these youth. Specifically, Dr. Huang's work identified the culturally-relevant risk and protective factors that influence outcomes for minority and immigrant youth and families. She translates this research into culturally informed, evidence-based interventions for minority youth and their families.
Clinically, Dr. Huang has experience with evidence-based parenting interventions, and behavioral interventions treating social-emotional and behavioral problems for young children with developmental disabilities and trauma backgrounds. She has expertise in psychological and cognitive assessments with children and adolescents and worked with young children, school-aged children, and adolescents in the community and child welfare systems.
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Oregon
M.A., Clinical Psychology, San Diego State University
B.A., San Diego State University
Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine (Predoctoral Internship)
Divison of Prevention and Community Research, Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine (Postdoctoral Fellowship)
Asian American Center on Disparities Research, Department of Psychology, University of California, Davis (Postdoctoral Fellowship)