Steffany Fredman, a graduate student in Clinical Psychology, is the recipient of the 2006 American Psychological Foundation’s Todd E. Husted Memorial Dissertation Award.

This $1,000 award recognizes outstanding dissertation research with the potential to improve mental health services for those with severe mental illnesses.

Steffany Fredman was selected for her research on mood and anxiety disorders in couples and families: how families respond to a member’s distress and the effects of partner and familial involvement in treatment on outcomes.

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