Dr. Cristin Hall is trained in both clinical and school psychology. She received her master’s degree in clinical psychology from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2003. After that time she worked in community corrections with adults with a variety of challenges, residential treatment for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and mental health disorders, and in private practice. Her work with adults included cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety, depression, trauma, and anger management problems. Dr. Hall worked with children and families in El Paso, TX for two years helping children with anxiety, trauma, depression, autism, ADHD, and behavioral challenges. She returned to Penn State in 2006 and received her doctorate in school psychology in 2011. In her work in schools, she has helped children with academic and mental health challenges. Currently, Dr. Hall is an assistant professor in the school psychology program at Penn State. Her current clinical practice focuses on working with undergraduate students, graduate students, and adolescents with challenges ranging from anxiety, depression, and other problems in living and adjustment.