Coping with and Adjustment to Appearance Difference
Departments and Programs
- Quality of Life Outcomes for Pediatric Craniofacial Conditions
- Bullying and Protective Factors in Youth with Appearance Differences
- Cook, A., Kerins, C., & Heppner, C. (2016). Dental impacts on health-related quality of life of children with orofacial clefts. Pediatric Dentistry, 38(3), 218-223.
- Crerand, C., Conrad, A., Albert, M., Bellucci, C., Heppner, C., Sheikh, F., Woodard, S., & Kapp-Simon, K. (2017). The Americleft Psychosocial Outcomes Project: A multicenter approach to advancing psychosocial outcomes for youth with cleft lip and palate. Clinical Practice in Pediatric Psychology, 5(1), 65-76.
- Faith, M., Reed, G., Heppner, C., Hamill, L., Tarkenton, T., & Donewar, C. (2015). Bullying in medically fragile youth: A review of risks, protective factors, and recommendations for medical providers. Journal of Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, 36(4), 285-301.
- Society for Pediatric Psychology
- American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association
- ACPA Commission on Approval of Teams
Awards and Honors
- American Board of Professional Psychology Foundation (2019) Training Director Award
2 - UTSW Specialist
Pediatric Psychologist at Children's Health
American Board of Professional Psychology