Department of Psychology
Department of Psychology

Michael Mullarkey

Michael Mullarkey



Brief Intervention Development; Predicting Treatment Response; Symptom Level Analysis


Michael Mullarkey is a PhD Candidate in Clinical Psychology at The University of Texas at Austin. He is also currently a predoctoral clinical intern and an affiliated researcher of the Lab for Scalable Mental Health at Stony Brook University.

His research interests include developing single session interventions for mental health problems in adolescents and young adults, using machine learning focused approaches to predict/optimize treatment response, and symptom level analysis.

He is the PI for the College Goals project focused on reducing depression in college students using a single session intervention he developed. He is also a Co-I on the BEST-TECH project testing whether a novel delivery mechanism (VR) can increase the effectiveness of a previously tested single session intervention for adolescent depression.

He has also developed and manualized an open access, clinician administered brief intervention: STAT (Short-term Transdiagnostic Anxiety Treatment). Access the manual here and support his work here.

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