LG Rollins is a doctoral student in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Massachusetts Boston. LG's research focuses on the role of mindfulness and emotion regulation on empathy and interpersonal connection, particularly across perceived differences. LG's clinical work focuses on adapting and disseminating evidence based mindfulness and acceptance based interventions for college students.
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