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Clinical Director, Research Associate, Mt. Hope Family Center, Assistant Professor (part-time)
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering
Department of Clinical And Social Sciences In Psychology
Areas of expertise: Child maltreatment, family violence, childhood trauma, early child development.
An Afternoon at Mt. Hope
Jody Todd Manly has been involved in research and clinical intervention with maltreated children and their families for more than 20 years. Her research interests broadly include various aspects of developmental psychopathology, with a particular emphasis on treatment evaluation for intervention with maltreated children, definitions of child maltreatment, risk and protective factors relating to school adaptation, familial violence, early childhood development, and trauma in childhood.