Sri Harathi graduated from Rutgers University in May 2014 with her BA in Psychology and a minor in music. Prior to joining Temple Eating Disorders, she was a lab manager at the Institute for the Development for Child Development at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. During her time at Rutgers, she had internships with New Brunswick Public Schools and the Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center. She plans on furthering her education and hopes to receive her doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Her areas of clinical and research interest include eating disorders, body image, and minority mental health. In her free time, she likes annoying her cat with affection and marathoning Sci-Fi shows.
Lee, J. Y., Harathi, S., (in press) Utilizing Health in Social Work Practice among Low-income Hispanic Patients. Health & Social Work.
Pathways to Resilience III: Beyond Nature vs. Nurture, June 2015
Harathi, S., Oades-Sese, G.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
“Sesame Street Resilience Project, Little Children Big Challenges: Divorce”
Poster presentation presenting the Sesame Street Resilience Project, Little Children, Big Challenges: Divorce project and findings.