Thomas R. Kratochwill is Professor of School Psychology.
His research and writing interests are primarily in the area of diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of child psychopathology. Particular interests include the application of mediator-based (parent and teacher) treatments in schools for the prevention and treatment of childhood problems and training psychologists in consultation and therapy. Other specific research interests include assessment and treatment of childhood anxiety and related disorders (e.g., selective mutism, phobias) as well as psychopharmacological treatments for these problems.
Phone: (608) 262-5912
Office: 743 Ed Sciences
Current ProjectsAddressing the Integrity of the Problem-Solving Process: An Empirical Analysis of Problem-Solving Teams to Improve Team Functioning and Student Outcomes
Preparing School Psychologists to be the Next Generation of Leaders in School Evidence-Based Prevention Practices for Students with Disabilities
Response to Intervention and School Teams: Training Pre-service School Psuchologists and Special Educators to be Team Problem Solvers
Preparing School Psychologists to be the Next Generation of Leaders in School Evidence-Based Prevention Practices for Students with Disabilities - Training Stipends
Completed ProjectsEffects of the Treatment Integrity Planning Protocol (TIPP) on Treatment Integrity and Treatment Outcomes in School-Based Consultation, The
Response-to-Intervention and School Reform: Training School Psychologists and Special Educators as Leaders and Collaborators in the Wisconsin REACh Prevention Project
Improving Educational Outcomes For English Language Learners: Validating Screening And Progress Monitoring Instruments For Use In Response-To-Intervention Models
System-Level Analysis of Evidence-Based Intervention Implementation in Schools
Families and Schools Together: An Innovative, Targeted Strategy for Removing Key Barriers to School Turnaround
Academic and Behavior Combined Support (ABC Support) in Tier 2 Interventions
Conjoint Behavioral Consultation for Middle School Students With or at Risk for Serious Emotional Disturbance: A Career Development and Research Plan