Rachel Redondo

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Background:

Rachel is a fourth-year Clinical Psychology graduate student. She grew up in a suburb of Houston, Texas. She earned a B.S. and M.S. in Accounting from Texas A&M University in 2015. She worked at a public accounting firm, but quickly realized she needed a change. She went back to school and graduated with a B.S. in Psychology in 2018. She began school at BGSU in the fall of 2018 and has enjoyed BGSU and the change in weather, but she misses her home state of Texas, as well as her friends and family in TX. In her free time, Rachel enjoys watching Netflix, YouTube, scary movies, and Texas A&M sporting events. Her favorite sports to watch are softball, volleyball, football, women’s soccer, and women’s basketball. Following graduate school, Rachel is not sure whether she wants to focus on clinical or academic work.

Rachel’s research interests include parent-child feeding practices. More specifically, she is interested in restrictive feeding practices and how they influence outcomes in adulthood, such as weight, eating behaviors, body image, and other mental or physical health concerns. Rachel wants to study individuals who have experienced in childhood a harsh weight-related environment, such as weight-related talk and teasing, food restriction, and encouragement to diet. She is also interested in the parent and child factors that are correlated with restrictive feeding practices.

Publications:

  1. Ferrell, E. L., Braden, A., & Redondo, R. (2021). Impact of military culture and experiences on eating and weight‐related behavior. Journal of Community Psychology, 49(6), 1923-1942. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcop.22534 
  2. Braden, A., Anderson, L., Redondo, R., Watford, T., Emley, E., & Ferrell, E. (2020). Emotion regulation mediates relationships between perceived childhood invalidation, emotional reactivity, and emotional eating. Journal of Health Psychology, 135910532094286. 
  3. Braden, A., Ferrell, E., Redondo, R., & Watford, T. (2020). Dialectical behavior therapy skills and behavioral weight loss for emotional eating and obesity: A case study. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 50(3), 177-186.

Manuscripts Under Review or in Revise and Resubmit:

  1. Braden, A., Redondo, R., Ferrell, E., Anderson, L., Grant, J., & Barnhart, W. R. (Under Review). Adapted Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Overweight/Obese Emotional Eaters. 
  2. Ferrell, E. L., Redondo, R. A., Russin, S. E., & Braden, A. (In preparation). Emotion Regulation Difficulties Mediate the Relationship between Experiences of Abuse and Emotional Eating Outcomes. 

Professional Presentations: 

  1. Braden, A. L., Anderson, L., Ferrell, E., Redondo, R., Barnhart, W. R., Kalantzis, M., & Dauber, A. (2021, April). Eating when Depressed, Anxious, Bored, or Happy: An Examination of Treatment-Seeking Adults with Overweight/Obesity. Society of Behavioral Medicine 42nd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 
  2. Ferrell, E., Russin, S. E., Redondo, R. A., & Braden, A. (2021, April). Emotion Regulation Difficulties Mediate the Relationship between Child Sexual Abuse, Child Physical Abuse, and Emotional Eating. Society of Behavioral Medicine 42nd Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 
  3. Braden, A. L., Ferrell, E., Redondo, R., Anderson, L., Grant, J., & Barnhart, W. R. (2020, November). Adapted Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Overweight/Obese Emotional Eaters. Poster presentation accepted for the 38th Annual Meeting of The Obesity Society, Atlanta, GA, USA. 
  4. Braden, A. L., Anderson, L., Redondo, R., Watford, T., Emley, E., & Ferrell, E. (2020, April). Examination of the Biosocial Model as a Theory of Emotional Eating. [Paper presentation accepted; Conference Canceled due to COVID-19]. Society of Behavioral Medicine 41st Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Unites States. 
  5. Griffith, F. J., Redondo, R. A., & Diggins, E. (2019, April). #Fatspiration: A Mixed-Methods Content Analysis of Body Positive Posts on Instagram. Poster presented at the 26th Annual UT-BGSU-UMD Research Symposium, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, USA. 
  6. Redondo, R. A., & Cho, K. W. (2018, November). A life hack for learning math: Placement of math problems influences learning experience. Poster presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, LA, USA.