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Another research team currently focuses on mental health outcomes of moms after labor and delivery with a special focus on perinatal trauma and childhood experiences of abuse.
We collaborate with a national advocacy group to study how mom's experiences during delivery, particularly around shared decision making, power and control, influence them in the long term.
I am always open to and enjoy to collaborate inside and outside UND.
If you have an idea that might fit what I do, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Boys don’t cry: Examination of the links between masculine norms, self-stigma, and help-seeking attitudes for men from diverse backgrounds. We hope to be able to find a practical way to quickly assess a person's potential to become sexually aggressive using sophisticated computer models and interactive media.
My research group currently works on developing a novel measure of sexual aggression not relying on self-report.
Clinical Experience: I have experience working with individuals and groups that range in age from kindergarten to retirement age.
I teach in the CPCS's department's master's in mental health counseling program, the master's of school counseling, and the doctoral program in counseling psychology. My largest team currently works on developing novel measures of sexual aggression not relying on self-report.
Here are the classes I teach most often: Counseling 551 Research Methods Counseling 517 Assessment in Counseling Counseling 530 Theories in Counseling Counseling 520 Diagnosis and Prevention Counseling 580 Beginning Practicum Counseling 531 Gender I enjoy interacting with my students and invite you to stop by my office anytime. We hope to be able to find a practical way to quickly assess a person's potential to become sexually aggressive using sophisticated computer models and interactive media, and have recently received a UND SEED money award.