Assistant ProfessorDirector of School Psychology
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School mental health and wellbeing, universal screening, mindfulness-based interventions, measuring mindfulness and psychological flexibility.
Dr. Renshaw’s research aims to advance the science driving school mental health services. Current lines of inquiry include: (1) developing and validating brief behavior rating scales for measuring mental health and wellbeing, (2) developing and testing mindfulness-based interventions in schools and related settings, and (3) meta-analyzing the effects of mindfulness-based intervention approaches that may prove useful for students, teachers, and caregivers.
Dr. Renshaw holds a doctoral degree in combined Clinical/Counseling/School Psychology from the University of California at Santa Barbara. He is the current Editor-in-Chief of Assessment for Effective Intervention and is a past recipient (2017) of the Lightner Witmer Award from APA's Division 16. Dr. Renshaw is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist as well as a state-credentialed school psychologist. Prior to coming to USU in 2018, he was a faculty member for five years in the Department of Psychology at Louisiana State University.
Dr. Renshaw is currently accepting applications from prospective graduate students interested in the School Psychology PhD and EdS Programs. Students interested in joining his lab are encouraged to contact him directly via email prior to applying.