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Pediatrics - Psychology

Houston, Texas

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Pediatrics - Psychology
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Virginia (Ginger) Depp Cline, Ph.D.

Virginia (Ginger) Depp Cline, Ph.D. Virginia (Ginger) Depp Cline, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Section of Psychology
Baylor College of Medicine

Contact Information
Virginia (Ginger) Depp Cline, Ph.D.
TCH Clinical Care Center
6701 Fannin St., Suite 1630
Houston, TX 77030-2399
Clinic Phone (appointment requests): 832-822-1900
Fax: 832-825-4164

Credentials
B.A.: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

M.A.: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Ed.S.: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Ph.D.: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

Internship: Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

Fellowship: Texas Children’s Hospital, Houston, TX

Certification(s):
• Active State Board of Psychology License(s), 2008

Clinical Focus
• Pediatric Health Psychology Program; Primary Care Psychology Program

Texas Children's Hospital Psychology Service Website

Research Interests
• Traumatic stress; Injuries

Special Interests
• Traumatic stress; Injuries; Trauma-focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy following injuries; Pediatric health conditions; Adjustment; Training

Selected Publications
Cline, V.D., Wilson, J.F., & Prout, H. Thompson (in press). Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Children Following Moderate-Severe Injuries. Journal of Trauma Nursing.

Cline, G.D., Schwartz, D.D., Axelrad, M.E., Anderson, B. (under review). Brief Report: Acute
Stress Symptoms in Parents and Youth Following Diagnosis of Type I Diabetes.

Schwartz, D.D., Cline, V.D., Hansen, J.A., Axelrad, M.E., & Anderson, B.J. (2010). Early Risk Factors for Nonadherence in Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes: A Review of the Recent Literature. Current Diabetes Reviews, 6, 167-183.

Schwartz, D.D., Cline, V.D., Axelrad, M.E., & Anderson, B.J. (2011). Feasibility, acceptability, and predictive validity of a psychosocial screening program for children and youth newly diagnosed with Type I Diabetes. Diabetes Care, 34, 326-331.

Prout, H.T., & Cline, V. (2010). Best practices in school re-entry for children recovering from neurological conditions. In D. Miller (Ed.), The Best Practices in School Neuropsychology Book.

Professional Organizations
• American Psychological Association
• Division 54 Society of Pediatric Psychology
• Houston Psychological Association

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