Amanda J. Hasselle, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of New Mexico Division of Community Behavioral Health (CBH). She received her doctoral degree from the University of Memphis Clinical Psychology program. Her research has examined the role of individual, interpersonal, and contextual factors that promote resilience among children and families affected by adversity. Dr. Hasselle has also evaluated interventions for caregivers and children exposed to violence in the home. Currently, through partnership with CBH and various state agencies, she is working to evaluate and improve programs/services designed to support individuals in New Mexico with significant mental health concerns.