Erin M. Hawks, PhD
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My name is Dr. Erin Hawks.  I have a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Central Michigan University.  I have been working for the University of Oklahoma since 2012 in various capacities.  Currently, I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Health Sciences Center.  As a licensed clinical psychologist, I have two areas of expertise: 1) Conducting therapy with children and adults presenting with various psychiatric difficulties, and 2) Conducting Neuropsychological test batteries among children and adults that identify specific learning problems, the presence of ADHD, and other psychiatric difficulties.  Clinically, I am particularly passionate about working with underserved, diverse, minority populations of children, adolescents, and families presenting with complex medical, emotional, behavioral, and psychological difficulties.  My research interests are varied, but all share the commonality of an effort to identify the causal and maintaining factors preventing individuals from functioning at their best in the world.  In particular, my research looks at interventions that simultaneously improve physical, mental, and psychological health.