Maddison Bohrnstedt is a graduate student in the School Psychology EdS program. She received her BA in Psychology from UW–Madison. She was a research assistant in the Learning, Cognition, and Development Lab helping graduate students with studies focusing on science learning in children, and also worked as a school psychology intern at Gompers Elementary School. Her interests include in-school treatments for internalizing disorders in youth, especially depression and anxiety, and unique and innovative ways of implementing different treatment strategies for all ages. She is currently interested in human-animal resilience therapy and its usage for internalizing disorders, especially in older youth.