Nathaniel Fernandez is a sixth-year graduate student in the Clinical Psychology PhD program. He has served as the lead research assistant and lab manager for the Effects of Training with Team World Vision in the Virtue Interventions in Adolescent Athletes project. His research interests include positive prevention, strengths-based approaches, assessment, and statistics/methodology. Clinically, Nathaniel is interested in work with adolescents and emerging adults, especially surrounding issues of mood and anxiety disorders.
Faculty Advisor: Sarah Schnitker, PhD
Thrive Center Projects
Thrive Center Research Labs
- Virtue in Adolescent Athletes
- Virtues, Spirituality, and Personality