Eunice C. Wong

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Behavioral and Social Scientist
Santa Monica Office

Education

Ph.D. in clinical psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara; B.A. in psychology, Barnard College, Columbia University

Media Resources

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Overview

Eunice C. Wong is a behavioral and social scientist at the RAND Corporation. Her research broadly focuses on mental health disparities and mental health services in community settings. Much of Wong's research has involved trauma-exposed populations and underserved communities. Recent projects include evaluating primary care collaborative care interventions for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at federally qualified health centers and at military treatment facilities, the mental health care of Cambodian refugees, the implementation of brief mental health screening and referral interventions in faith-based settings, and the evaluation of a statewide effort to reduce mental illness stigma and discrimination. Wong earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Recent Projects

  • Psychological Health Treatment Needs and Outcomes of Minority Service Groups in the Department of Defense
  • Influence of a Landmark Stigma Reduction Initiative on Mental Illness Treatment-Seeking
  • Cross-Agency Assessment of Impact of Mental Health Campaigns on Negative Perceptions about Mental Health Conditions and Treatment and Awareness of Resources
  • Transformative Analysis of Research and Programs to Improve Department of Defense (DoD) Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Prospective Study of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Chronic Pain and Pain Burden

Publications