College of Human Sciences, Department of Community, Family, and Addiction Services
Dr. Soloski is in the Marriage and Family Therapy program within the Community, Family, and Addictions Services department. She researches primarily adolescent substance use focusing on family predictors of binge drinking trajectories into adulthood. She is also focused on issues of diversity and working to ensure that therapists are culturally sensitive in their clinical practice. Soloski received her PhD in 2014 from Kansas State University in Family Studies and Human Services with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy.