Michelle Miller has been an employee of the Institute for Family Health for over nine years, in various roles. She joined the behavioral science faculty of the Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Residency in 2018, where she provides behavioral health teaching and precepting, and works with the residents on their self-care and overall wellness. She is interested …read more
Dr. Rivera-Morales teaches on psychosocial aspects of health and illness. She provides trauma- and culture-informed psychotherapy in Spanish and English for children, adolescents and adults, most of whom identify as members of a marginalized or underserved group. Her research focuses on intergenerational transmission of trauma and sociocultural considerations in treatment.
Dr. Lindsay Blevins cares deeply about working toward bridging the gap between physical and mental health care with a focus on holistic treatment. Research interests include mental health stigma, barriers to seeking help, implicit bias, and health disparities. Her clinical interests include integrated primary care, health psychology, geropsychology, trauma-informed care, and social justice.
Dr. Alfasi teaches psychosocial aspects of health and illness. She also has a private psychotherapy practice with children, adolescents, and adults. She has explored mother-infant interactions, feeding difficulties, and failure-to-thrive syndrome. Her current research is on breastfeeding in African-American mothers.