- Other Post Graduate Training - Seattle Pacific University (2009-2014)
- Graduate School - Seattle Pacific University (2009-2014), Clinical Psychology
- Fellowship - Harbor - UCLA Medical Center (2014-2015), Clinical Psychology
Brittany Hall, Ph.D.
Brittany Hall, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor at UT Southwestern Medical Center. She earned her graduate degree from Seattle Pacific University in 2014 and completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Harbor UCLA where she received extensive training in supervision and treatment modalities of CBT, DBT, CBASP, and ACT. She joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2015.
Dr. Hall serves as the Lead Adolescent Young Adult Psychologist for the Fort Worth Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Oncology Coalition and UT Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Institute. Among her many activities, she conducts research with the AYA population to design innovative psychosocial interventions. In addition, Dr. Hall co-founded the DBT Training Program with Dr. Hughes in 2016. She provides clinical supervision and research mentorship for undergraduate and doctoral students.
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Modeling motivation three ways: effects of MI metrics on treatment outcomes among adolescents.
Hall BC, Stewart DG, Arger C, Athenour DR, Effinger J Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors 2014 Mar 28 1 307-12
Clinical case consultation and experiential learning in cognitive behavioral therapy implementation: Brief qualitative investigation
Waltman SH, Hall BC, McFarr LM, Creed TA Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 2018 32 2 112-126
In-Session Stuck Points and Pitfalls of Community Clinicians Learning CBT: Qualitative Investigation
Waltman S, Hall BC, McFarr LM, Beck AT, Creed TA Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 2017 24 2 256-267
A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Group for Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Patients: A Review of a Pilot Program.
Hall BC, Short VM, Giberson S, Howe-Martin L, Journal of adolescent and young adult oncology 2020 Jan
Evaluation of the Positive Re-Entry in Corrections Program: A Positive Psychology Intervention With Prison Inmates.
Huynh KH, Hall B, Hurst MA, Bikos LH International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 2015 Aug 59 9 1006-23
Review and analysis of thought records: Creating a coding system
Waltman SH, Frankel SA, Hall BC, Williston MA, Jager-Hyman S Current Psychiatry Research and Reviews 2019 15 1 11-19
- Modeling motivation three ways: effects of MI metrics on treatment outcomes among adolescents.
- Cancer Psychology