Lecturer, Department of Human and Organizational Development
Research: Karen Enyedy’s research endeavors and interests have focused on clinical supervision of masters-level and doctoral-level mental health trainees, as well as program development and program evaluation in school settings. She has implemented and assessed the efficacy of trauma-informed treatment approaches in a non-public school setting in Southern California, as well as research- informed approaches to working with children with autism, learning disabilities, and psychiatric issues.
Teaching: In the Department of Human & Organizational Development, Karen Enyedy teaches the undergraduate capstone internship course, which applies the concepts and theories from all HOD courses into “the real world”. She also provides training in the community on topics such as trauma-informed treatment, clinical supervision, and legal and ethical issues in mental health practice.
Service: Karen is a member of the Human & Organizational Development Undergraduate Committee, whose mission is to strengthen and coordinate all facets of the undergraduate major.
Community Engagement: Karen is a committee member for the Association of Postdoctoral Psychology and Internship Centers (APPIC) internship selection committee, an American Psychological Association (APA) site visitor, and a CARF surveyor. In these roles, she is able to provide consultation, guidance, and mentoring to employees and organizations who focus on psychology training, behavioral health, and child and youth services.