Andrew Devendorf is a clinical psychology PhD candidate at the University of South Florida. He studies depression, wellbeing, and mental health stigma. In addition to his scientific publications, he has also written for the public in outlets such as the HuffPost, the Conversation.
Andrew Devendorf has been a guest on 1 episode.
Episode 102: Destigmatizing Mental Health (with Andrew Devendorf)
February 8th, 2023 | 1 hr 19 mins
mental illness, personal statements, self-relevant research, space dust
Yoel and Alexa are joined by Andrew Devendorf, who shares his work on the stigmatization of "me-search" (or self-relevant research) within the field of clinical psychology. They discuss ways that this stigma impacts clinical graduate students, and consider the strengths of doing research that is rooted in personal experience.