Publications, Presentations & 

Courses Taught

Publications


Smith, C. R. (2024). Why (and how) do women engineers stay?: A positive psychology approach to understanding the career sustainability of women in engineering. In Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 30(3), 99-122. doi: 10.1615/JWomenMinorScienEng.2022040353


King, K., & Smith, C. R. (2021). Resilience, need fulfillment, and well-being in older workers. In Handbook of aging and work. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.





Courses Taught

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Bentley University, Department of Natural and Applied Sciences


Adjunct Professor, William James College, Department of Clinical Psychology


Adjunct Professor, William James College, Department of Counseling & Behavioral Health


Presentations



Smith, C. (2024, January). Treatment of Insomnia Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). Invited speaker at a Didactic Training Seminar to clinical staff and trainees jointly at the East Boston Neighborhood and Southend Community Health Centers in Boston, Massachusetts.


Smith, C. (2022, November). Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders. Invited speaker at a staff meeting to outpatient clinical staff at True North Therapy, LLC in Westford, Massachusetts.

 

Smith, C. (2022, November). Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders. Invited speaker at a Didactic Training Seminar to clinical staff and trainees jointly at the East Boston Neighborhood and Southend Community Health Centers in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

 Lemish, E. & Smith, C. (2022, August). Treatment Considerations in Co-Occurring Eating Disorders and Trauma. Presented at a Staff Education Hour to clinical staff and trainees at McLean Hospital’s Hill Center for Women in Belmont, Massachusetts.

 

Smith, C. (2022, March). Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders. Invited speaker at a Clinical Training Seminar to clinical staff and trainees at White River Junction VAMC, White River Junction, Vermont.

 

Smith, C. (2021, March). Effectiveness of Hypnosis for Pain Relief: A Systematic Review and Demonstration. Presented to staff at Continuing Medical Education Series Journal Club and Grand Rounds at White River Junction VAMC, White River Junction, Vermont.

 

Smith, C. (2020, November). Eating Disorders in Military and Veteran Men and Women. Presentation of article by Bartlett & Mitchell (2015) given in Continuing Medical Education Series Journal Club and Grand Rounds at White River Junction VAMC, White River Junction, Vermont.

 

Smith, C. (2020, October). The Relationship of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder to End-of-life Care Received by Dying Veterans. Presentation of article by Bickel et al. (2019) given in National Center for PTSD Journal Club at White River Junction VAMC, White River Junction, Vermont.

 

Bloom-Charette, L., Falk, R., Smith, C. (2020, September). Mental Health, Aging, and Nursing Homes During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Invited panelist for event sponsored by William James College Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Newton, Massachusetts.

 

Smith, C. (2020, August). Women in Engineering: Factors Contributing to Career Sustainability. Doctoral project colloquium presented at William James College in Newton, Massachusetts. (A recording of this presentation can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXHTIuzR4Ts&t=1s)

 

Smith, C. (2018, April). Perfectionism and Thinking Traps in the Workplace. Presented to the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) student chapter at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Smith, C. (2018, February). Inclusion and Stereotype Threat: A Workshop for Female Engineering Students. Workshop conducted for the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) student chapter at Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

St. Luis, G., Bloom, J., Kinscherff, R., Smith, C., Antoine, M., Gowan, M., Morreo, N., Ndegwa P., Waukau, D. (2016, October). Center for Multicultural & Global Mental Health: Haiti Immersion Presentation. Presented at William James College, Newton, Massachusetts.