Lindsay Huffhines, PhD

Assistant Professor, Alpert Medical School of Brown University / Bradley Hospital

Lindsay Huffhines, PhD, IMH-E®, is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, and Research Scientist at E. P. Bradley Hospital. She has dedicated her research to understanding the impact of intergenerational trauma, maltreatment, and contextual stress on caregiving and the mental and physical well-being of young children. Her interests also include developing, refining, and implementing community-based preventive interventions designed to support caregivers in their work with children. In this capacity, Dr. Huffhines is the Principal Investigator for a NIH-funded clinical trial examining the impact of training and support in Reflective Supervision for professionals working in state pre-K, and the teachers and children within their programs. Dr. Huffhines is also a staff psychologist in the Early Childhood Outpatient Program at Bradley Hospital and an infant/early childhood mental health consultant, where she works with early care and education centers across Rhode Island to promote positive socioemotional development in children.