My current research interests include therapist behaviors in large usual-care settings and how to effectively administer mental health services in schools. I also currently do clinical work at UH’s Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Child Division, and Waianae Coast Comprehensive Mental Health Center. My personal interests include my wife, guitars, beer, and slow-cooked meats.
Charles W. Mueller will be accepting applications for prospective child clinical students this fall.
Henri-Lee Stalk, M.A., J.D.
Ms. Stalk, M.A., J.D. is interested in the psychopathology and treatment of juvenile delinquency and comorbidity in usual care and juvenile justice settings. Her research is focused on examining patterns of treatment target and practice selection for children and youth experiencing sexual behavior problems in Hawaii’s system of care. Ms. Stalk is currently preparing for internship and bar examinations. Her favorite activities include spending time with family, floating with friends, bargain hunting and learning about human factors and pilot decision making.
Matt Milette-Winfree, M.A.
Puanani Hee, M.A.
Pua’s research interests include characteristics of treatment services in rural settings and treatment as usual in youth systems of care. She is also interested in Hawaiian ethnic identity and acculturation, culturally sensitive treatment approaches, and intimate partner violence. She currently does clinical work at the Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Child Division and its Psychoeducational Testing Program. Pua enjoys running, reading, pottery, and spending time at the beach.
Daniel Wilkie, M.A.
Daniel’s primary research interests include youth disruptive behavior, differences in response to treatment, and increasing the effectiveness of mental health services. His current research is focused on disruptive behavior treatment response in usual care systems. He currently does clinical work at UH’s Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Child Division. His interests include hoppy beers, strategy games, comedy, pretentious music, and reading things on the internet.
Emilee Turner, B.A.
Emilee’s research interests include modalities for enhancing youth resiliency and incorporating strength-based treatment approaches in children’s mental health services. Specifically studying childhood coping and resilience to familial violence, incarceration, substance abuse, foster care, and poverty. She currently does clinical work at the Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Child Division and its Psychoeducational Testing Program. Emilee enjoys yoga, surfing, hiking, ceramics, reading, basketball, water coloring, and baking.