Erin Mathis


Erin Theresa Mathis, Ph.D.

 Assistant Professor
 Department of Psychiatry
 Georgetown University Medical Center

Assistant Director of Research and Innovation, Early Chilhood Innovation Network (ECIN)


3300 Whitehaven St. NW, Suite 3300, Washington, DC 20007


Erin Mathis, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Georgetown University located in the Center for Child and Human Development and the Assistant Director of Research and Innovation of the Early Childhood Innovation Network (ECIN). ECIN is a citywide effort to improve developmental outcomes for children and families living in underserved communities in Washington, DC.  Dr. Mathis's research interests center on child social-emotional development, self-regulation and academic success and the design and evaluation of  both child- and parent-focused prevention programs that are implemented in school and community settings. In particular, Dr. Mathis has focused on school readiness interventions, mindfulness and early childhood mental health consultation. Dr. Mathis received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the Pennsylvania State University and received training in school-based mental health at the University of Maryland-Baltimore.











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