Caroline Crichlow-Ball

Caroline Crichlow-Ball

  • Ph.D. Student


Caroline Crichlow-Ball is a fifth-year doctoral candidate (Class of 2023) in the clinical and school psychology Ph.D. program. Under the mentorship of Professor Dewey Cornell, she studies school threat assessment and student threat reporting in the Youth Violence Project. She defended her dissertation, "Student and School Factors to Encourage Threat Reporting," in May 2022. She is currently completing her predoctoral internship at the Federal Correctional Complex - Butner. 

Crichlow-Ball welcomes prospective applicants to contact her regarding the graduate program, the Youth Violence Project or pursuing forensic psychology. 


M.Ed., University of Virginia, 2019
B.A., Washington  and Lee University, 2015


  • School threat assessment
  • Student threat reporting
  • Student help-seeking