Linda Oshin is an Assistant Professor at GSAPP. She earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Connecticut. She completed her predoctoral internship at the Yale Department of Psychiatry and her postdoctoral fellowship at GSAPP. Her program of research focuses on the social context of depression, emotion dysregulation, and suicidality among adolescents and young adults of color. Specifically, she studies ethnic-racial identity, family racial socialization, cultural values, and treatment engagement. Her research goal is to make mental health treatment more effective and accessible to youth of color. Dr. Oshin is working on a number of projects promoting mental health interventions among youth of color who are at risk for suicide and examining barriers to mental health treatment at multiple ecological levels.