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Dr. Mitchell is accepting advisees for the Counseling Psychology PhD Program next year.


Current Students:

Hannah is a first-year doctoral student at the University of Louisville in the Counseling Psychology Program. Hannah graduated from Emory University with a degree in Psychology and Human Health. Following graduation, Hannah worked in the Bay Area with startups in the healthcare communications and employee wellbeing space. Hannah's current research is focused on how experiences of chronic stress during childhood impact mental and physical health across the lifespan. In her free time she enjoys journaling, cooking, hiking, and spending time with family. 


Publications associated with the lab are listed under the publications tab. 

  • Have a question or comment about our work?

  • Would you like someone from the lab to come speak at your event?

Please reach out to me at Amanda.Mitchell@louisville.edu or the lab at socialinequitieslab@gmail.com!


We are excited you're interested in the lab and welcome inquiries from undergraduate, master's, and doctoral students! See below for some points to consider.

  • Check out the home research page for information about the lab as well as my research mentoring style. 

  • Reach out directly at Amanda.Mitchell@louisville.edu or socialinequitieslab@gmail.com to discuss your interests.

  • If you are applying to UofL's MEd program or PhD program in Counseling Psychology, be sure to check the website for application deadlines!

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