Ariel McField

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Office
MB 3118

Dr. Ariel McField is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology. She has over eight years of experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds, from children in foster care to Veterans. Dr. McField has a passion for advocating and assisting individuals from underserved communities. Her research aims to inform evidence-based practices and raise awareness of concerns that impact underserved communities.

Education and Training

  • (2021) Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with an Adolescent Concentration, Prairie View A&M university
  • (2020-2021) Pre-Doctoral Internship, Boys Town
  • (2020) MS In Clinical Adolescent Psychology, Prairie View A&M University
  • (2016) MSW Master of Social Work, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • (2013) BA in Psychology, University of Central Arkansas

Recent Publications

Lawrence, T.I., McField, A., & Freeman, K. (2021). Understanding the Role of RAce and Procedural Justice on the Support for Police Body-Worn Cameras and Reporting Crime. Criminal Justice Review

Henderson, D.X., Jabar Joseph, J., Martin, P., Mburi, M., Stanley, M., McField, A., Irsheid, S., Lee, A., & Corneille, M. (2021). An investigation of coping in response to different race-related stressor experiences in school among racially diverse participants. The American journal of orthopsychiatry, 91(2), 181-192.

Research Interests

  • Minority Mental Health
  • Psychological correlates of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and Disclosure
  • Aggression?Relational Aggression
  • Substance Use
  • Stigma
  • Social Justice

Courses

  • Psych 4351 Tests and Measures
  • Psych 6305 Ethics and Cognitive Treatment
  • Psych 6350 Intellectual Assessment

 

Last Updated: 09/30/2021