Phone: (904) 620-1633
Office: Building 51, Room 3417
Dr. Mann's lab, The Social Justice in Schools Lab, investigates social justice, community inclusion, and access to services for youth with nonnormative behavioral profiles and their families. More specifically, the research falls into three categories:
- Social Justice in School Systems
- Supporting Youth with Challenging Behaviors, their Family, & the Community
- Improved Systems of Care for Youth with Nonnormative Behavioral Profiles
For more information please view my full faculty bio page.
Areas of Expertise
Child Psychology, Youth with Nonnormative Behavioral Profiles, Issues related to the School-to-Prison Pipeline, Social Justice & Equity in Schools, Access to Mental Health/School-based Mental Health Services for Youth and Families, Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Mann, A., Grimes, M., & Leichman, E. (In Press). Training in behavioral consultation for behavior analysts. Behavior Analysis in Practice. H-Index: 19. This is a journal of the American Psychological Association.
Mann, A. & Brock, S. (2020). School violence prevention: A policy analysis. Contemporary School Psychology. H-Index: 15, Impact Factor: Journal is too new for impact factor ratings.
Mann, A., Piner, A.*, & Henry, J.* (2019). Infusing social justice and advocacy work into training for undergraduates in psychology. Teaching of Psychology Teaching Resources.
Mann, A., Castillo, J., & Myers, M.A. (2019). Assessing the critical shortage of school psychologists in Florida. Psychology in the Schools. H-Index: 33, Impact Factor: 1.247.
Mann, A. (2019). Students to practitioners through transformational cultural immersion. In Winterbottom, C., Nicholson, J.S., Richard, F.D. (Eds.; Under Contract). Community-Based Transformational Learning: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry into its Benefits and Challenges. (Submitted to Bloomsbury Publishing: London.)
Angela Mann, Ph.D., BCBA, NCSP is credentialed as a school psychologist, behavior analyst, and licensed psychologist. This varied training makes her uniquely qualified to comprehensively address the academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs of youth. She has trained at the Kennedy Krieger Institute at John's Hopkins Medicine supporting children with disruptive behavior disorders as well as the Rothman Institute at All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine supporting youth with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and other disorders of the anxiety spectrum. Prior to her formal training in these clinics, Dr. Mann had the opportunity to participate as a counselor in the University of Buffalo Summer Treatment Program for children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD), part of the Multimodal Treatment of AD/HD (MTA) series of studies.
Dr. Mann is trained in multiple therapy modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure and response prevention, applied behavior analysis, mindfulness, and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). She is able to apply these techniques to address a variety of needs for youth including symptoms of anxiety, depression, self-harm, executive functioning difficulties, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Selective Mutism, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and other pediatric concerns including sleep and toileting concerns.
Dr. Mann currently serves on the Board of Directors at the National Association of School Psychologists and is the incoming President-Elect for the Florida Association of School Psychologists.
Dr. Mann's lab, The Social Justice in Schools Lab, investigates social justice, community inclusion, and access to services for youth with nonnormative behavioral profiles and their families."
Postdoctoral Fellow, Kennedy Krieger Institute at Johns Hopkins Medicine, 2014.
Ph.D., School Psychology, University of South Florida, 2013.
M.A., General Psychology, University of North Florida, 2009.
B.S., Psychology, Florida State University, 2004.