Welcome to Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology

Our goal is to foster the development of competent psychologists who can engage in high-quality research and practice. Our area offers extensive opportunities for inter-professional research collaboration and clinical training across a wide range of disciplines and medical sub-specialties.

Department News & Upcoming Events

Dr. Gabrielli serves as guest columnist in the Gainesville Sun

On May 27, 2022, CHP’s Dr. Joy Gabrielli co-authored an excellent article featured in the Gainesville Sun titled, Keeping children safe and healthy in digital spaces. The article discusses the…

2022 CHP Pinning Ceremony

On Wednesday, May 25, 2022, CHP faculty and graduate students gathered in the HPNP Reception Hall to honor Andrea Mejia, Brad Taylor, Catherine Dion, Cheshire Hardcastle, Erin Ferguson, Erin Moorman,…

CHP Celebrates Three Student Poster Awards

CHP Celebrates Three Student Poster Awards at Recent National Conferences! Congratulations to: Andrea Brockmann, M.A. for, “Associations between change in motives for consuming palatable foods and weight change during a…

PINky and the Brains-1st Place

CHP Quality of Life Events (QLE) are back! On April 16th, “This talented crew merged their skills and activated various cortical regions to take home first place.  They were led…

Meet Our Graduate Students!

Graduate Student

Meet the Current Graduate Students

Group Photo at SPPAC 19

Graduate Students on Internship

Mallory Netz, M.S.

Mallory is a graduate student mentored by Dr. Fedele in the Pediatric Behavioral Health Lab. She is currently on her internship at Children’s Mercy Kansas City in the Pediatric Psychology Track.

Mallory Netz Picture

Meet our Alumni!


Stacey Simon, Ph.D.

Dr. Simon is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics-Pulmonary Medicine at University of Colorado and a psychologist at Children’s Hospital Colorado. Stacey received her Ph.D. from UF in 2011.

Stacy Simon Alumni

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