Taylor NicolettiAssistant Clinical Professor
Assistant Clinical Professor, Clinical Supervisor for Child and Family Therapy Clinic, Notre Dame Psychological Services Center, Suicide Prevention Initiative - Research, Intervention, & Training (SPIRIT)
- 19 Center For Children & Families
South Bend, IN 46635
Professor Nicoletti is NOT open to admitting graduate students for fall 2024 matriculation.
Research and teaching interests
pediatric traumatic stress and coping, community violence, treatment access and engagement of Black and Latinx youth, evidence-based treatments, pediatric consultation-liaison, trauma informed care, integrated behavioral health
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, supervision, 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 risks 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.
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College
Postdoctoral Resident, University of Chicago Medical Center
Predoctoral Resident, Rush University Medical Center
M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Wheaton College