Elizabeth Koschmann, Ph.D., is a faculty member in the U-M Department of Psychiatry and the Director of TRAILS (Transforming Research into Action to Improve the Lives of Students) – a program that works to disseminate evidence-based mental health practices to K-12 schools.
Elizabeth’s research is focused on identification of ways to improve community access to effective mental health care, particularly by training school professionals in best practices.
Elizabeth’s area of clinical expertise is in the treatment of Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD in children and adolescents using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness practices.
She has worked extensively as a trainer and consultant for a variety of academic and community-based audiences, including providers working primarily with youth in foster care; and is a lead investigator on a number of state and federal research grants evaluating mental health implementation models.
Areas of Interest
- Evidence-Based Practice
- CBT treatment of anxiety and depression in youth
- Implementation and dissemination research
- School based health care delivery
Gov. Whitmer Releases MI Blueprint for Comprehensive Student Recovery
Press release from the Michigan Executive Office of the Governor. Dr. Elizabeth Koschmann is quoted.
Michigan is expanding mental health services in schools – and equipping teachers to implement them
A University of Michigan program is providing teachers much-needed support to implement social-emotional learning in the classroom.
Best Life: 2020 grads and grief in a pandemic
Elizabeth Koschmann, Ph.D., offers insights on high school graduates experiencing grief during the pandemic in this interview for WMC Action News 5
What is my future? How Michigan teens and young adults deal with isolation
TRAILS Director Elizabeth Koschmann, Ph.D., provides her insights to Bridge Magazine
- University of Wisconsin (PhD)
- Wesleyan University (BA)