School Psychology PhD Student, Intervention Lead
Olivia C. Heck, M.S.Ed., is a doctoral candidate in the School Psychology program at Indiana University Bloomington. She is originally from Waukesha, Wisconsin and received her B.A. in Psychology from Ripon College in 2019. Olivia joined Dr. Ormiston’s research team in her first year at Indiana University and continues to be an active member as she enters her fourth year of the program. She is a graduate assistant for a U.S. Department of Education grant, led by Dr. Ormiston, examining the impact of trauma-informed multi-tiered systems of supports on student academic, behavioral, and socioemotional outcomes. Olivia’s research interests focus on school-based mental health practices including student perspectives of SBMH and improving SBMH for students with internalizing problems. Her clinical interests are psychological evaluations for children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disabilities and internalizing disorders in clinical settings.