Renee is a 5th year Clinical Psychology Ph.D. student. Currently, she is on internship at Wisconsin Department of Corrections. Her research interests include but are not limited to evaluating cultural sensitivity in assessment tools used with forensic populations, the effects of immigration detention on family attachment and mental health, and identifying individual-level protective factors that can help reduce reoffending among incarcerated youth. She previously functioned as a student statistical consultant for a technology group, i4Health, and participated in program evaluation with LifeMoves.
SYMPOSIA AND PAPER PRESENTATIONS
Gutierrez, R., & Rocha, I. (2018, October). A student’s perspective on specialized treatment with Latinx clients. In M. Hernandez (Chair), Addressing the multiple intersecting identities within the Latinx community through the development of a specialized training clinic. Symposium presented at the 2018 National Latinx Psychological Association Conference, San Diego, CA.
Gutierrez, R., & Gomez, M. (2018, August). The impact of trauma and acculturation stress on Latinx immigrants. In M. Hernandez (Chair), Addressing trauma among recent Latinx immigrants during an anti-immigrant climate. Symposium presented at the 2018 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Rocha, I., & Gutierrez, R., (2018, August). Trauma across borders. In M. Hernandez (Chair), Addressing trauma among recent Latinx immigrants during an anti-immigrant climate. Symposium presented at the 2018 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Gutierrez, R., Giordano, B., Wickham, R. E., Rostosky, S., & Riggle, E. (2019, February). The changing experience of internalized homophobia: A measurement invariance approach. Poster to be presented at the 2019 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention, Portland, OR.
Mendoza-Rivera, P., Holleran, L., Poon, G., Gutierrez, R., Chu, J., Goldblum, P., & Bongar, B. (2018, May). How ethnic minority status and past incarceration history influence risk for suicide within a homeless population. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science 30th Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA.