Emma Kreutzmann is a research assistant for the Healthy Brain Network. Her responsibilities include research data collection, data management, assisting clinicians with research assessments, case management and feedback, and ensuring a high-quality experience for research participants and their families.
She graduated from Fordham University at Lincoln Center summa cum laude, where she earned her Bachelor of Science and double majored in psychology and journalism, with a minor in fashion studies. As an undergraduate, Emma gained research experience working with Dr. Elissa Aminoff in the Vision and Memory Lab at Fordham, where she completed her honors thesis about memory in scene processing.
Emma has previously worked with the Child Mind Institute as a Summer Program counselor, Brave Buddies counselor, and most recently as a dual program assistant for the Anxiety Disorders Center and the ADHD and Behavior Disorders Center. In addition, she was the lead clinical intern for B.U.D.S., a summer treatment program run by the Program for ADHD & Disruptive Behavior at Columbia University Irving Medical Center for young children who demonstrate mild to moderate disruptive behavior. She also has experience volunteering as a tutor for high school students through the Star Learning Center.
Emma’s research interests include selective mutism, anxiety in preschool- and elementary-aged children, and school refusal. She plans on pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology and a career dedicated to empowering children and families impacted by anxiety and increasing accessibility to early intervention.
- BS, Psychology, College at Lincoln Center, Fordham University
- BS, Journalism, College at Lincoln Center, Fordham University