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Julie Wolf, PhD

Psychology

Biography

Dr. Julie Wolf is a licensed clinical psychologist at the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, CT. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Connecticut in 2005, where she studied facial recognition in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) under the mentorship of Dr. Deborah Fein. She completed her clinical internship, including a rotation in autism spectrum disorders, at the University of Chicago, and her post-doctoral fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center under the mentorship of Dr. Robert Schultz. Presently, she works in the autism clinic at the Yale Child Study Center, conducting clinical evaluations, social skills groups, and sibling support groups. She also provides clinical characterization for a number of federally-funded studies of ASD, and conducts research evaluating the effectiveness of sibling support and social skills interventions.

Titles

  • Associate Professor of Clinical Child Psychology

Education & Training

  • Post-Doctoral Fellow
    Yale Child Study Center (2007)
  • Intern
    University of Chicago (2005)
  • PhD
    University of Connecticut (2005)
  • MA
    University of Connecticut (2002)
  • BA
    Haverford College (1997)

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Biography

Dr. Julie Wolf is a licensed clinical psychologist at the Yale Child Study Center in New Haven, CT. She received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Connecticut in 2005, where she studied facial recognition in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) under the mentorship of Dr. Deborah Fein. She completed her clinical internship, including a rotation in autism spectrum disorders, at the University of Chicago, and her post-doctoral fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center under the mentorship of Dr. Robert Schultz. Presently, she works in the autism clinic at the Yale Child Study Center, conducting clinical evaluations, social skills groups, and sibling support groups. She also provides clinical characterization for a number of federally-funded studies of ASD, and conducts research evaluating the effectiveness of sibling support and social skills interventions.

Titles

  • Associate Professor of Clinical Child Psychology

Education & Training

  • Post-Doctoral Fellow
    Yale Child Study Center (2007)
  • Intern
    University of Chicago (2005)
  • PhD
    University of Connecticut (2005)
  • MA
    University of Connecticut (2002)
  • BA
    Haverford College (1997)

Additional Information