College of Health and Human Services
Associate Professor, Department of Social Work
My research focuses on the causes, consequences, and prevention of various forms of interpersonal violence, such as domestic violence, family violence, sexual assault, and stalking. I am especially interested in victims that are not typically recognized or served by our service systems, such as heterosexual men and sexual minorities. I research their relationship experiences, what happens when they seek help, and ways to improve our responses to these victims and their children. I am also interested in the intersection of interpersonal violence with other social issues, such as substance use, guns, and suicide. I co-directed a nationally-recognized college sexual assault prevention program and am looking to expand those efforts into other populations.
- Suicidal and Help-Seeking Behaviors Among Male Victims of Intimate Partner Violence
- Handbook of Men’s Victimisation in Intimate Relationships — edited book
- Helen B. Chin, PhD
- Kirin E. Furst, PhD