Taylor Nicoletti

Taylor Nicoletti

Assistant Clinical Professor Psy.D.

  • Clinical


Corbett Family Hall

Notre Dame, IN 46556


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Dr. Nicoletti’s interests are in the area of clinical strengths-based, trauma-informed services to Black children and families in urban, low-income settings. Dr. Nicoletti provides training and clinical supervision to doctoral students in the delivery of empirically supported assessments and interventions for children, adolescents, and families. Dr. Nicoletti is also a part of the Suicide Prevention Initiative—Research, Intervention, & Training (SPIRIT) where she offers clinical services, training, and community engagement efforts addressing suicidality among children and adolescents.


Dr. Nicoletti has a background in providing consultation liaison clinical services within pediatric settings and works to promote trauma-informed care within broader health care systems. Her research interests include treatment engagement among Black families, trauma-informed care, and social determinants of health. Dr. Nicoletti is particularly interested in a combination of clinical practice and research, teaching, and training with a focus on the population-based care, prevention, and health promotion of historically marginalized children and families.


Dr. Nicoletti's primary role is clinical training and teaching; she does not admit graduate students.