University of California at San Diego, 1998, B.A., Human Development
Tulane University, 2003, M.S., School Psychology
Tulane University, 2005, Ph.D., School Psychology
University of New Mexico, School of Medicine, 2004-2005, Clinical Psychology Internship
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, 2005-2006, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child Clinical Psychology
Tulane University School of Medicine, 2006-2007, Postdoctoral Fellowship, Infant Mental Health
Years at Tulane:
My clinical interests are psychotherapy and psychological assessment with youth and families. Specifically, my clinical activities include the assessment and treatment of young children and families who have experienced trauma such as abuse or neglect or exposure to domestic violence. I am also interested in the evaluation and treatment of attachment disruptions. My research interests include investigating long-term social, emotional, and cognitive outcomes in children who have had traumatic experiences and promoting sensitive caregiving for young children in foster care. I also provide training in evidence-based treatments for children and adolescents as well as consultation to New Orleans area public schools.
Humphreys, K.L., Gleason, M.M., Drury, S.S., Miron, D., Nelson, C.A., Fox, N.A.,Zeanah, C.H. (2015). Effects of early deprivation on psychopathology at age 12 years: Follow-up of a randomized controlled trial. Lancet Psychiatry, July(2), 625-634.
Miron, D., Bisaillon, C., Jordan, B., Bryce, G., Gauthier, Y., St. André, M. & Minnis, H. (2013). Whose rights count? Negotiating practice, policy and legal dilemmas regarding infant-parent contact when infants are in out of home care. Infant Mental Health Journal, 34(2), 177-188.
Miron, D., Sujan, A., & Middleton, M. (2013). Considering the best interests of infants in foster care placed separately from their siblings. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, 1385-1392.
View more of Dr. Miron's publications at PubMed.