Post-Doctoral Fellow

    University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716


    Franssy M. Zablah, Ph.D. splits her time between the Center for Training, Evaluation, and Community Collaboration (C-TECC) and the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up lab. At C-TECC, she is leading the evaluation of a System of Care expansion within the State of Delaware’s Division of Prevention and Behavioral Health Services and leading the piloting and Spanish-adaptation of a parenting and financial well-being intervention for low-income families. In the ABC lab, she provides clinical supervision and supports training of bilingual parent coaches who implement the intervention. Additionally, Dr. Zablah supervises first- and second-year doctoral students in clinical psychology who are completing their clinical practicum in the Psychological Services Training Center (PSTC) at the University of Delaware.

    Dr. Zablah’s research interests are guided by a prevention science framework. Specifically, she is interested in conducting research aimed at improving access and quality of evidence-based services in community settings for underserved, racially diverse families. Dr. Zablah is originally from Honduras and she is passionate about the promotion of culturally and linguistically relevant care for the Latino community.


    Associate Scientist

    University of Delaware
    301 McKinly Lab
    Newark, DE 19716


    Associated Research Projects


    Project CORE is a collaborative effort with the State of Delaware to identify and treat individuals in the community ages 16-25 who are at risk for developing later psychosis.


    Project TAP is focused on understanding the experience of community clinicians and mental health administrators who have recently adopted an Evidence-Based Psychotherapy (EBP) model. Quantitative and qualitative data will be used to inform future efforts to implement EBPs in community settings.