Sarah Gobrial is a doctoral student in the Clinical Science program. She attended Ohio State University where she earned her BS with research distinction in Psychology, a BA in International Studies, and a minor in Arabic language. Her research interests include understanding mental health in minoritized communities, and how minority-identity related stressors including discrimination and stigma can impact mental health outcomes. She is particularly interested in the intersection of racial, ethnic, sexual, and gender identity related stressors. She is also interested in making empirical findings and interventions more accessible through open science practices and reducing barriers to access to care.
Dr. Lui regularly accepts graduate students to pursue a Ph.D. in Clinical Science in the APA-accredited program at SMU. Detailed information about the research, clinical, and professional training experiences can be found here. Contact Dr. Lui to discuss shared research interests and the fit to work in ADAPT!