Bridget Wallace

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MGH has been at the forefront of many scientific advances in treatments for depression.

Bridget Wallace graduated from Duke University in 2019, where she obtained a B.A. in Psychology and minor in Evolutionary Anthropology. Throughout her time as an undergraduate, Bridget served as a research assistant in the Cognitive Behavioral Research and Treatment Program under the guidance of Dr. Zach Rosenthal. During her senior year, she worked on an interdisciplinary team to develop a novel text-message intervention for social and emotional dysfunction. In addition, she completed her thesis exploring predictors of engagement and adherence in an phone-based intervention for transdiagnostic emotion regulation difficulties. While at Duke, Bridget was also a member of the varsity fencing team. After her time at the DCRP, Bridget plans to pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology.