Rebecca Newland Kilch, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Rebecca Newland Kilch, PhD, is a staff psychologist at Bradley Hospital, who provides clinical and consultation services, participates in research and program evaluation activities, and supervise trainees at the Bradley/Hasbro Children’s Research Center and The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.

Newland is a graduate of Northwestern University. She earned her doctoral degree in child clinical psychology from Arizona State University and completed her predoctoral clinical internship in child clinical/pediatric psychology at Geisinger Medical Center. Newland completed a T32 postdoctoral fellowship in early childhood mental health at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.

Locations

Primary

Early Childhood Program, Providence
Coro Center West (directions)
1 Hoppin Street, Coro West
Providence, RI 02903

Bradley Hasbro Children's Research Center
Coro Center West (directions)
1 Hoppin Street, Suite 204
Providence, RI 02903

Education

  • Post Graduate:  Arizona State University
  • Internship:  Geisinger Health System
  • Fellowship:  The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Publications

Research Interests

Early childhood mental health; developmental psychopathology; child, family, and parenting processes in the context of risk, including parental mental health; early childhood mental health consultation; prevention and early intervention; implementation and evaluation of evidence-based practice in the community.

Selected Publications

Newland, R. P., Parade, S., Dickstein, S., & Seifer, R. (in press). The association between maternal depression and sensitivity: Child-directed effects on parenting during infancy. Infant Behavior and Development.

Newland, R. P., & Crnic, K. A. (2016). Developmental risk and goodness of fit in the mother-child relationship: Links to parenting stress and children’s behavior problems. Infant and Child Development. Advance online publication

Newland, R. P., Parade, S., Dickstein, S., & Seifer, R. (2016). Goodness of fit between maternal and infant sleep: Associations with maternal depressive symptoms and attachment security. Infant Behavior and Development, 44, 179-188.

Newland, R. P., Crnic, K. A., Cox, M. J, Mills-Koonce, W. R, & Family Life Project Key Investigators. (2013). The family stress model and maternal psychological symptoms: Mediated pathways from economic hardship to parenting across the infancy to preschool period. Journal of Family Psychology, 27, 96-105.