Kimberly J. Nylen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor & Clinic Director, Clinical Psychology
B.S. (2002), University of Iowa; M.A. (2004), University of Iowa; Pre-doctoral Clinical Intern (2008-2009), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Ph.D. (2009), University of Iowa; Posdoctoral Fellow (2009-2011), University of Michigan Medical School.
Depression, anxiety, and stress during pregnancy and the postpartum period; impact of maternal depression on infant and child outcomes; predictors of treatment outcome for women with mood and anxiety disorders.
Clinical interests include depression during pregnancy and the postpartum period and general individual treatment.
Nylen, K. J., O'Hara, M.W., & Engeldinger, J. (2012). Perceived social support interacts with prenatal depression to predict birth outcomes. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. doi: 10.1007/s10865-012-9436-y
Nylen, K. J., O'Hara, M. W., Brock, R., Moel, J., Gorman, L., & Stuart, S. (2010). Predictors of the longitudinal course of postpartum depression following Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 78, 757-763.
Lawrence, E., Nylen, K.J., & Cobb, R.J. (2007). Prenatal expectations and marital satisfaction over the transition to parenthood. Journal of Family Psychology, 21, 155-164.
Nylen, K.J., Moran, T.E., Franklin, C.L., & O'Hara, M.W. (2006). Maternal depression: A review of relevant treatment approaches for mothers and infants. Infant Mental Health Journal, 27, 327-343.
Nylen, K.J., Segre, L.S., & O'Hara, M.W. (2005). Public health implications of postpartum depression. Psychiatric Annals, 35, 599-609.