Scottye Cash, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Social Work, The Ohio State University

Dr. Scottye Cash is an Associate Professor in Social Work at The Ohio State University.  Dr. Cash has over 20 years of experience researching children and families at-risk.  Her recent work focuses on the intersection of adolescent mental health/well-being and technology.  She is currently the Principal Investigator on creating and evaluating an app, MindUp!, that is designed to help homeless youth and other adolescents with online and community-based resources. Dr. Cash is also conducting research on how crisis-based and peer-to-peer support networks can be used to facilitate disclosure of child maltreatment.
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This Is What Teens Say on Social Media When They’re Depressed

by Scottye Cash, Ph.D., Laura Schwab Reese, Ph.D.

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