Lori Day, Licensed Psychologist

Associate Professor/Summer Internship Supervispr
Psychology

Lori Day

Phone Numbers

202-448-7545 (V)

Email

lori.day@gallaudet.edu

Location

Hall Memorial Building S422

Office Hours

Mondays 11:00am - 12:00pm; Fridays 10:00am - 11:00am

Dr. Day is an alumna from Gallaudet University’s Clinical Psychology Graduate Program. She completed her internship through the Child and Family track at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and she went on to complete her post-doctoral training in Pediatric Neuropsychology at The Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins Medical School. She has been a faculty member in the Clinical Psychology Graduate Program since 2012. 


Dr. Day's responsibilities include teaching, research, supervision, and mentoring of graduate students. Her clinical work focuses on the provision of  neuropsychological evaluations and parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT). Her program of research includes: adaptation of PCIT to make it accessible for deaf individuals, adaptations of psychological measures for deaf individuals, and removing biases in training for graduate students from diverse backgrounds. Additionally, Dr. Day supports advanced students in applying to off-site externships and internships, is a member of the editorial board foThe Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, and is the Faculty Editorial Supervisor for the Gallaudet Chronicles of Psychology.

Dr. Day is a core faculty member in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program. She teaches a variety of graduate courses, including Intellectual Assessment, Ethics in Psychology, and Foundations of Clinical Skills.

Dr. Day is the director of the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Clinic in the Psychology Department at Gallaudet University. This clinic provides mental health services to the local deaf community at no charge, trains graduate and undergraduate students in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and collects and disseminates information on an evidenced-based intervention that has been adapted for deaf persons. 

In addition, Dr. Day supports students applying to externship and internship placements through maintaining a database of local externship sites, hosting application an workshop in the fall, teaching an elective course in applying to internship, and mentoring students throughout the application process. In addition, Dr. Day is the Faculty Editorial Supervisor for the Gallaudet Chronicles of Psychology, which has recently published its 5th Volume. 

Click here to visit Dr. Day's graduate research lab.

Day, L.A., Adams Costa, E., Previ, D., & Caverly, C. (2017). Adapting parent-child interaction therapy for deaf families who communicate via American Sign Language: A formal adaptation approach. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpra.2017.01.008.

Day, L.A., Adams Costa, E.B., Engi Raiford, S. (2015). Testing Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (WISC-V Technical Report #2). Bloomington, MN: NCS, Pearson, Inc.

Adams Costa, E.B., Day, L.A., Engi Raiford, S. (2015). Testing Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (WPPSI-IV Technical Report #1). Bloomington, MN: NCS, Pearson, Inc.

Reesman, J.H., Day, L.A., Szymanski, C.A., Hughes-Wheatland, R., Witkin, G.A., Kalback, S.R., Brice, P.J. (2014). Review of intellectual assessment measures for children who are deaf or hard of  hearing. Rehabilitation Psychology, 59(1), 99-106. doi: 10.1037/a0035829

Day, L.A. & Brice, P. (2013). Development and Validation of the Hearing Parents' Questionnaire. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 18, 123-137.

Gallaudet

800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002

Gallaudet

800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002