Lauren Mizock, PhD
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Dr. Mizock is a Program Developer at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at Boston University and Doctoral Faculty in the Clinical Psychology PhD Program at Fielding Graduate University. Dr. Mizock is a licensed clinical psychologist and is in private practice. Dr. Mizock is also on the Executive Committee for the Psychology of Women (Division 35) of the American Psychological Association (APA).
Dr. Mizock received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Suffolk University, where she was an Outreach Fellow, focusing her research and clinical efforts on underserved populations. Dr. Mizock completed her predoctoral internship at the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology at Boston Medical Center.
Areas of Expertise
Psychiatric rehabilitation and recovery, multicultural competence in research and clinical work, transgender mental health care, size acceptance, culturally relevant pedagogy.
Mizock, L., & Russinova, Z. (2016). Acceptance of mental illness: Promoting recovery among culturally diverse groups. Oxford University Press.
Mizock, L., & Harkins, D. (2012). Researcher race: Social constructions in the research process. Information Age Publishing, Cultural Psychology Series. Foreword by Jill Friedman & Gene Combs. Preface by Jaan Valsiner.
Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications (2015-2016)
Reisner, S. L., White, J. M., Gamarel, K. E., Mizock, L., Keuroghlian, A. S., & Pachankis, J. (2016). Discriminatory experiences associated with posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms among transgender adults. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 63(5), 509-519.
Mizock, L., & Page, K. (2016). Evaluating the ally role: Social justice and collective action in counseling and psychology. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 8(1), 17-33.
Mizock, L., & Lundquist, C. (2016). Missteps in psychotherapy with transgender clients: Promoting gender sensitivity in counseling and psychological practice. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 3(2), 148-155.
Mizock, L., & Hopwood, R. (2016). Conflation and interdependence in the intersection of gender and sexuality among transgender individuals. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity, 3(1), 93-103.
Mizock, L., & Russinova, Z., & DeCastro, S. (2015). Recovery Narrative Photovoice: Feasibility of a writing and photography intervention for serious mental illnesses. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 38(3), 279-282.
Mizock, L., & Kaschak, E. (2015). Introduction to the special issue: Women with serious mental illness in therapy: Intersectional perspectives. Women & Therapy, 38(1-2), 6-13.
Mizock, L., & Russinova, Z. (2015). Intersectional stigma and the acceptance process of women with serious mental illness. Women and Therapy, 38(1-2), 14-30.
Selected Presentations (2015-2016)
Mizock, L., & Hopwood, R. (2016, August). Using webinars to reduce transphobia and promote awareness among mental health providers and the general public. Symposium. American Psychological Association (APA) Convention. Denver, Colorado.
Russinova, Z., Bloch, P., Huckabee, S., & Mizock, L. (2016, May). Fostering recovery through Photovoice. Workshop. U.S. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA) Conference. Boston, MA.
Mizock, L., & Russinova, Z. (2016, May). The acceptance process: Promoting recovery across culturally diverse groups. Workshop. U.S. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA) Conference. Boston, MA.
Russinova, Z., Farkas, M., Mizock, L., Bloch, P. & Blair, D. (2016, May). Recovery 4 US: Building a social media community for persons with the lived experience of mental illness. Poster. U.S. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (USPRA) Conference. Boston, MA.
Mizock, L., Singh, A., Burnes, T., Hopwood, R., & Dickey, L. (2015, August). Intersectionality and transgender and gender nonconforming identities: Implications for research and practice. Symposium. American Psychological Association (APA) Convention. Toronto, Canada.
Shihwe, W., Carr, E., & Mizock, L. (2015, August). Retraumatization in systems of care among women with serious mental illness. Symposium. APA Convention. Toronto, Canada.
Mizock, L., Herrick, A., Puerto, G., Casey, H., Duhammel, E., & Stelmach, J. (2015, August). Reduction of transphobic attitudes in the Transgender Awareness Webinar. Poster. Toronto, Canada.
Russinova, Z., Mizock, L., Farkas, M., Blair, D., Bloch, P. & Gidugu, V. (2015, August). “Recovery 4 US”: Photovoice social media program for people with serious mental illnesses. Poster. APA Convention. Toronto, Canada.
Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions to Diversity in Clinical Psychology. (August 2016). APA Division 12, Society of Clinical Psychology.
Psychotherapy with Women Award. (August 2014). APA Division 35, Society for the Psychology of Women.
Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Award. (April 2014). Worcester State University.
Outstanding Award in Public Service. (August, 2009). APA Division 18, Psychologists in Public Service.
Research Award, Suffolk University. (April, 2009; April, 2008). Clinical Psychology PhD Program.
Certificate of Recognition to GLBT Community, Suffolk University. (October, 2005). Office of Diversity Services.
Co-Editor, Special Issue: Clinical Issues and Affirmative Treatment with Transgender Clients, Psychiatric Clinics
Co-Editor, Special Issue: “Women with Serious Mental Illness in Therapy: Intersectional Perspectives,” Women and Therapy
Consulting Editor, APA Journal of Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity (PSOGD)
Editorial Board, Women and Therapy
Editorial Board, Journal of Pedagogy of the Human Sciences
Direct Skills Teaching
Evidence Based Practice
Facts About Recovery
Medicaid Buy In
My Recovery Journey
Personal Assistance Services
Personal Recovery Stories
Programming Skill Use
Recovery Oriented Services
Recovery Oriented Systems
Spinal Cord Injuries
Stigma, Prejudice, Discrimination
Value Based Practice