Kelly Moore, Psy.D.
Children’s Center for Resilience and Trauma Recovery
Kelly Moore, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She currently is the Principal Investigator and Program Manager for the Children’s Center for Resilience and Trauma Recovery (CCRTR)- a SAMHSA funded, Category III Center under the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. This center works to provide training and consultation to mental health providers and advanced students in evidence-informed assessment and treatment of complex trauma in children ages 0-10, along with their caregivers.
Dr. Moore’s clinical expertise is in the treatment of trauma and anxiety disorders in children and adolescents with a specialty in the treatment of PTSD and OCD. Additionally, Dr. Moore has worked in efforts to disseminate evidence-based treatments and develop trauma-focused programs in community mental health in Philadelphia and New Jersey. Her work has focused on identifying facilitators and overcoming barriers to implementation of evidence-informed practice.
Dr. Moore received her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Rutgers University and completed her predoctoral psychology internship at Rutgers UBHC’s Child Therapeutic Day School and Office of Prevention Research. Following completion of her doctorate, Dr. Moore completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety.
Schenike Massie-Lambert, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Children’s Center for Resilience & Trauma Recovery
Dr. Massie-Lambert, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist with expertise in the areas of trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, relational issues, and cultural concerns. Under the purview of the CCRTR Dr. Massie-Lambert provides training and consultation to professionals involved in the treatment and care (mental health, education, healthcare, etc.) of children. Training topics include trauma assessment, trauma informed care, and evidence-informed treatment of complex trauma for children (ages 0-10) and their caregivers. The models that are utilized for clinical training are the Attachment, Regulation, and Competency (ARC) Framework as well as ARC-GROW which is a caregiver skill building intervention (Blaustein & Kinniburgh, 2010; Kinniburgh & Blaustein, 2005).
Dr. Massie-Lambert is currently working with Dr. Kelly Moore to collect and analyze data on the impact that trauma informed care training has on the attitudes of providers, and treatment outcomes for ARC and ARC-GROW. Dr. Massie-Lambert completed her undergraduate education at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where she earned a combined BA/MA degree in theoretical psychology. She then completed her graduate studies at Adelphi University’s Derner Institute where she was trained in relational and interpersonal therapies, and earned a Doctorate of Philosophy in clinical psychology.