Director, Children and Families Research Program
Heather Ringeisen, PhD, MS, BS, serves as a co-investigator on the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being II. She also serves as the project director of a calibration study to determine an estimate of childhood serious emotional disturbance within the National Health Interview Survey. Dr. Ringeisen is a children's mental health services researcher with a special interest in the non-specialty mental health service systems. Prior to her work at RTI, Dr. Ringeisen served as chief of the Child and Adolescent Services Research Program at NIMH, where she directed a research program that examined the quality, organization, and financing of services for children with mental disorders. Dr. Ringeisen has served on multiple federal committees established to coordinate activities related to children's mental health. She previously received the Society for Research in Child Development policy fellowship and is a licensed clinical child psychologist.
PhD, Clinical Child Psychology (minor: Child and Family Studies), Auburn University; Clinical Internship, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida; MS, Clinical Psychology, Auburn University; BS (magna cum laude), Psychology, Wake Forest University.
- September 30, 2013
Majority of Children Remain at Home After Maltreatment Investigation, Says Report Read more: Majority of Children Remain at Home After Maltreatment Investigation, Says Report
– Med India
- September 26, 2013
Majority of Children Remain at Home After Maltreatment Investigation
– Science Daily
- September 25, 2013
Report: Majority of Children Remain at Home after Maltreatment Investigation
– News Release