Daneele Thorpe

Daneele Thorpe is currently a 4th year doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at Stony Brook University. Daneele earned her BA in Psychology and Public Health & Policy at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. Daneele’s research interests include multilevel predictors (i.e. family characteristics, neighborhood context and systemic factors) that affect both parenting and child outcome across development. Daneele is also interested in the dissemination of the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) parent-child intervention across New York City in partnership with Power of Two.
Daneele joined the SASH lab in 2020 to further investigate neighborhood level predictors of well-being among urban youth using geospatial analysis for the Paterson Prevention Project.