Timothy A. Cavell, PhD is Professor in the Department of Psychological Science at the University of Arkansas. His work focuses on school-based selective interventions for children who are highly aggressive or chronically bullied. In addition, he collaborates on studies examining the use of integrated behavioral health care (IBHC) in primary care settings. His work has been funded by the Institute of Education Science (Department of Education), the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), and the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Currently funded projects involve school-based supports for military-connected students and training doctoral students in IBHC. His published papers include two books (Working with Parents of Aggressive Children: A Practitioner’s Guide; Anger, Aggression, and Interventions for Interpersonal Violence). He previously served as Chair of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology Programs (CUDCP) and APA’s Board of Professional Affairs (BPA). He is currently on the Research Advisory Council for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America and the Research Board for the National Mentoring Resource Center.