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Carly Schweier, PsyD

Carly Schweier
pronouns: She\Her\Hers

bio

Dr. Schweier is a pediatric psychologist at Michael's House, an advocacy center in Greene County for children and adolescents that have experienced abuse. She has training in trauma-based therapy interventions and has worked with patients with a variety of presenting mental health concerns through her graduate and post-doctoral training. Dr. Schweier completed her graduate studies at Wright State University's School of Professional Psychology where she also obtained her Doctorate of Psychology. She completed an internship at Seven Counties Services and Jefferson County Consortium. Dr. Schweier completed her residency in Louisville, Kentucky in child and adolescent psychology and a fellowship at Child Focus, Inc.  When asked why she chose to specialize in child and adolescent psychology she responded, "I want to be a support to children who have experienced significant trauma and may not feel understood." 

education and training

  • medical school: Wright State University's School of Professional Psychology 
  • internship: Seven Counties Services and Bellwood & Brooklawn
  • residency: Seven Counties Services and Bellwood & Brooklawn, child and adolescent psychology
  • fellowship: Child Focus, Inc. 

publications and presentations

  1. Schweier,C.M., Staten, J.E., Sajid, M., & Dobbins, J.E. (2019, August). Impact of Positive Behavior Coaching on Children’s Positive Behaviors. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
  2. McCarthy, J.L., Schweier, C.M., Crochet, E.K., & Middleton, L. (2019, August). Evaluating Standards of Psychosocial Care of Children with Cancer in a Small Midwestern City Hospital. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
  3. Schweier, C.M., Schultz, M.S. (2019, April). Adolescent trauma and substance use. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Psychological Association, Columbus, OH
  4. Schweier, C.M., McCarthy, J. L., Kemper, M.L., Ziegler, P., Patzke, A., Tripp, E., & Schultz, M.S. (2018, August). Healthcare providers’ response to child sex trafficking. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA
  5. Schweier, C.M., McCarthy, J.L., Kemper, M.L., Ziegler, P.E., & Schultz, M.S. (2018, April). Diversity training for children. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Psychological Association, Columbus, OH.
  6. McCarthy, J., Schweier, C., & Ergun, G.  (2018, April). Neurocognitive effects of childhood cancer and review of psychological interventions. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Psychological Association, Columbus, OH.
  7. Ziegler, P., Pittsenbarger, L., Schweier, C., & Dragon, W. (2018, April). The weight of weight: Hidden stigma in acceptance-based approaches to body image. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Psychological Association, Columbus, OH.
  8. Schweier, C.M. (2016, May). It’s a healthy obsession! Presentation at the Bluffton University Pi Delta Society Annual New Member Induction Dinner, Bluffton, OH.
  9. Schweier, C.M., & Barthlow-Potkanowicz, D. (2016, April). It’s a healthy obsession! An investigation of the personality characteristics of fandom participants. Poster presented at the Butler University Undergraduate Research Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  10. Ionita, M., Murphy, T., Radigan, M., & Schweier, C. (2016, April). The effects of multitasking on recall in college students. Poster presented at the Butler University Undergraduate Research Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  11. Schweier, C. (2016, February). It’s a healthy obsession! Presentation at the Bluffton University Musselman Library Five Minutes of Fame, Bluffton, OH.
  12. Ionita, M., Murphy, T., Radigan, M., & Schweier, C. (2015, December). The effects of multitasking on recall in college students. Poster presented at the Bluffton University PSY 403 Research Final Poster Presentation, Bluffton, OH.

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

I want to be a support to children who have experienced significant trauma and may not feel understood.

I like working with kids because...

They're fun! Kids are so resilient and my work is never boring with them.

I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

I love the culture Dayton Children's fosters for their employees.

Dayton Children's is special because...

They truly care about every detail of a patient's care and an employee's wellbeing.

Fun fact about you or personal interests outside of work

I enjoy trying new food, spending time with my husband and dog, and I love Disney!

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