Sarah Danzo, PhD
My research broadly aims to better understand the etiology of depression and associated risk behaviors such as substance use and suicide across development, and translate findings to inform prevention and intervention strategies for youth and families. Additionally, my work focuses on partnering with communities to improve access to and use of effective mental health services within widely accessed settings such as in primary care.
My current projects include studies focused on adapting a suicide prevention program for use with adolescents and their families in primary care (PIs Chang, Danzo), as well as adapting a depression intervention for digital delivery to expand access to adolescent depression care by non-specialists (PIs Richardson, Jenness).
In addition to research, I am also a psychologist in the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Doctorate, Clinical Psychology: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Fellowship: Primary Care Behavioral Health, Psychiatry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Psychology Internship Program
Mood and Anxiety Program – Seattle Children’s Hospital
Crisis Care Clinic – Seattle Children’s Hospital
(2020 Jul 1)
J Affect Disord 272(): 38-45
Seidman SB, Danzo S, Patton E, Connell AM
Cogn Affect Behav Neurosci 20(1): 181-194
Connell A, Danzo S, Magee K, Dawson G
Dev Psychopathol 31(5): 1901-1910
Connell AM, Shaw D, Wilson M, Danzo S, Weaver-Krug C, Lemery-Chalfant K, Dishion TJ
(2019 May 1)
J Affect Disord 250(): 241-248
Connell AM, Danzo S, Magee K, Uhlman R
Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse 44(2): 263-272
Connell AM, Danzo S, Dawson G
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