Dr. Holley’s research interest is functional outcomes of children and adolescents with pain. Dr. Holley is the principle investigator of an NIH-funded RO1 that investigates risk factors for the transition from acute to chronic pain in children and adolescents.
- Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Ohio 2009
- Clinical psychology internship, Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School, 2009.
- Postdoctoral fellowship, Department of Anesthesiology and Peri-Operative Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, 2010.
- Licensed psychologist
Memberships and associations
- American Pain Society
- Society of Pediatric Psychology
Lewandowski Holley, A., Wilson, A., & Palermo, T. Predictors of the transition from acute to persistent musculoskeletal pain in children and adolescents: A prospective study. Pain, 158, 794-801, 2017. Lewandowski Holley, A. Rabbitts, J., Zhou, C., Durkin, L. & Palermo, T. Temporal daily associations among sleep and pain in treatment-seeking youth with acute musculoskeletal pain. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 40, 675-681, 2017. Lewandowski Holley, A., Zhou, C., Wilson, A., Hainsworth, K. & Palermo, T. The CALI-9: A brief measure for assessing activity limitations in children and adolescents with chronic pain. Pain, 159, 48-56, 2018.