I received my BS in child psychology from the University of Minnesota. I completed an MA in psychology from Antioch University in Seattle, WA; and then a second MA and a PsyD in clinical psychology from the Minnesota Professional School of Psychology at Argosy University in Eagan.
I am a child and adolescent psychologist with a focus on psychosis risk identification and early intervention. I am particularly interested in psychosocial interventions, including psychotherapy and cognitive training.
Within the University, I train and supervise psychology graduate students and postdoctoral associates. I also provide didactics and therapy supervision to psychiatry residents and child and adolescent psychiatry fellows. I teach graduate-level courses on psychopathology and developmental psychopathology.
In the department, I am the assistant Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Director and the Psychotherapy Director for the Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship.
Most recently, I received the 2020 Minnesota Psychological Association's Outstanding Graduate Faculty in Psychology Award.
- Psychosocial interventions
(for academic support only)
Dr. Murray's research interests include psychosis risk identification and early intervention. Dr. Murray is particularly interested in psychosocial interventions, including psychotherapy and cognitive remediation.
Dr. Murray trains and supervises psychology graduate student and post-doctoral associates. She also provides didactics and therapy supervision to psychiatry residents and child fellows. She teaches graduate level course on psychopathology and developmental psychopathology.
Dr. Murray is a licensed Psychologist in Minnesota. She heads a specialty clinic for those at risk for psychosis.