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Kelly E. Moore, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at ETSU. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from George Mason University in 2016 and completed a NIDA postdoctoral fellowship in substance use prevention research at Yale School of Medicine before beginning her position at ETSU. Her primary research interests center on reducing stigma and barriers to evidence-based care in the legal system. Her work has been funded by ETSU, the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network, and the American Psychological Foundation. She is also involved in the SMART Policy Network that develops legal briefs to inform legislators about evidence-based practices in the legal system. In her free time, Dr. Moore enjoys time with family, gardening, horror movies, and Mexican food.
Kelly E. Moore, PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Department of Psychology
East Tennessee State University
Diamond Meadows, MSW, is a second year doctoral student in our lab. Her current research interests include harm reduction, substance use disorders, stigma, and reentry. She is a recent graduate of the NC State University Master of Social Work program, with a concentration in substance use and recovery. Diamond has completed training and education related to substance use prevention and treatment during her time as an Opioid Workforce Expansion Program scholar. She is passionate about providing mental health and substance use services to those in rural communities.
Anisha is a first year graduate student in the clinical psychology doctoral program at ETSU. She graduated from George Mason University in 2019 and got her MA in Psychological Sciences from James Madison University in 2021. Her research interests include recidivism, offender re-entry, severe mental illness within the criminal justice system, and offender/defendant decision-making. Her clinical interests include forensic assessment and working with individuals who are involved with the criminal justice system. She enjoys going to concerts, reading and writing, playing video/board games, and cooking in her free time.