InterpersonalDec 31, 2022
A Great Responsibility: Interpersonal Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic with Dr. Dominic Parrott
In this episode of Interpersonal, we talk with Dr. Dominic Parrott, professor at Georgia State University and director of the Center for Research on Interpersonal Violence. We talk about Dr. Parrott's 2022 paper, Intimate Partner Aggression During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Associations with Stress and Heavy Drinking. We explore both what the team found, and what the process - and responsibility - of conducting inclusive interpersonal violence research during COVID-19.
Learn more about Dr. Parrott's work here: https://cas.gsu.edu/profile/dominic-parrott/
Link to the paper we discuss: https://psycnet.apa.org/fulltext/2021-70494-001.html
Webinar on IPV: https://iprce.emory.edu/covid/index.html
Georgia State University Center for Research on Interpersonal Violence: https://violence.gsu.edu/
Expanding our thinking about trauma therapy: Accessibility, tailored trauma interventions, and tips for navigating the job market with Dr. Amy Hyoeun Lee
In this episode of Interpersonal, we spoke with Dr. Amy Hyoeun Lee, a Clinical Psychology Postdoc at Stony Brook University. This episode covers a range of topics including Dr. Lee's training experiences, insight into navigating the academic job market, and discussing her line of research which aims to increase evidence-based trauma services for youth from marginalized communities. Dr. Lee's recent publication, Examining the Effectiveness of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Children and Adolescents' Executive Function is now in press!
Connect with Dr. Lee via email: email@example.com
Follow Dr. Lee on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amyhleephd?s=21
Follow Dr. Lee's research on Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Amy-Lee-45
Polyvictimization within LGBTQ+ communities: Context, person-centered research, and geographical considerations with Dr. Francesca Kassing
In this episode of Interpersonal, we talk with Dr. Francesca Kassing about her recent publication, The Effects of Polyvictimization on Mental and Physical Health Outcomes in an LGBTQ Sample. Dr. Kassing addresses the importance of political and cultural context in research with marginalized populations, her use of person-centered research and analysis, and her perspective on areas for improvement in research with LGBTQ+ communities. Dr. Kassing is a Clinical Psychologist and Research Faculty at the University of Nevada Reno.
Follow Dr. Kassing's research on Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Francesca-Kassing
Connect with Dr. Kassing via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow Dr. Kassing on Twitter: @DrFranKassing
Beyond the survivor: Social norms, supportive friends, and evidence-based approaches for recovery with Dr. Emily Dworkin
On this episode of Interpersonal, we meet with Dr. Emily Dworkin to discuss her recent publication, The impact of sociocultural contexts on mental health following sexual violence: A conceptual model (currently in press). Dr. Dworkin discusses a model for understanding recovery following sexual assault which takes responsibility for recovery off of survivors and shifts it toward larger systems, cultural norms, and responsiveness of close social supports, emphasizing the importance of context on recovery. Dr. Dworkin is a clinical psychologist and Acting Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
Dr. Emily Dworkin’s website: https://www.emilydworkin.com/
Trauma Resources: https://www.emilydworkin.com/resources
Greater Resilience Information Toolkit: https://grit.uccs.edu/
Refuge in Grief video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2zLCCRT-nE
Towards early prediction of PTSD after sexual assault: Conducting idiographic research with Esther Howe & Zoe Zong
In this episode of Interpersonal, we talk with Esther Howe, a graduate student and member of the Idiographic Dynamics (ID) Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley and Zoe Zong, an undergraduate research assistant in the ID Laboratory. Esther and Zoe discuss a recent study which aims to understand the development of PTSD symptoms in survivors of sexual assault. They address issues related to project development, ethical responsibility to research participants, and recruitment of participants during an acute post-assault time period.
You can learn more about the work being done by the Idiographic Dynamics Laboratory on their website: https://www.dynamicpsychlab.com/
If you would like to see Esther's slides from her 2020 CMIV SIG presentation, please email her at email@example.com
The Power of Community Partnership: Treatment Research & Implementation Science with Dr. Miguel Villodas
Welcome to Episode 3 of Interpersonal! In this episode, Aggie and Hannah interview Dr. Miguel Villodas about a new pilot study his team ran examining the feasibility of implementing home-based Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with families deemed at-risk for child maltreatment. This episode covers topics spanning implementation, measurement, and building community partnerships.
Dr. Villodas is an Assistant Professor at San Diego State University and leads the Healthy Child and Family Development lab. You can view his faculty webpage here: https://psychology.sdsu.edu/people/miguel-villodas-ph-d/
Explore the Healthy Child and Family Development lab webpage here: https://hcfd.sdsu.edu/
The California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare: https://www.cebc4cw.org/
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network: https://www.nctsn.org/
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Resources: https://pcit.ucdavis.edu/about-us/
Keynote 2020: Racial Socialization and Racial Trauma in CBT with Dr. Isha Metzger
Every year the Child Maltreatment and Interpersonal Violence Special Interest Group (CMIV SIG) sponsors a keynote address at our annual meeting. This year, 2020, Dr. Isha Metzger spoke about her research on racial socialization and addressing interpersonal and racial trauma in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), emphasizing her work with youth of color. She highlighted connections to interpersonal violence and child maltreatment work and provided tangible examples of how clinicians can take up findings from her research in their clinical work. Her call to all of us? To be advocates and allies. Listen to highlights from Dr. Metzger's talk here in the second episode of Interpersonal.
Dr. Metzger is a CMIV SIG member and an Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia. Learn more about her work in the resources below!
Dr. Metzger’s website: http://www.drishametzger.com/
Dr. Metzger’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/drishametzger
EMPOWER Lab website: https://psychology.uga.edu/research/lab/clinical-labs-empower-lab-dr-isha-metzger
EMPOWER Lab Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theempowerlab/
Article by Dr. Metzger - Healing Interpersonal and Racial Trauma: Integrating Racial Socialization Into Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for African American Youth in Child Maltreatment: https://tinyurl.com/y324nk4x
Description of the cognitive triangle: https://hudsontherapygroup.com/blog/cognitive-triangle
Measure Up: Sexual Violence Measurement with Dr. RaeAnn Anderson
In our first chat, student representatives from the Child Maltreatment & Interpersonal Violence Special Interest Group (CMIV SIG) speak with Dr. RaeAnn Anderson about her recent publication, "Discrepant responding across measures of college students’ sexual victimization experiences: Conceptual replication and extension" in the Journal of Sex Research. We talk about common concerns when attempting to measure sexual violence experiences and paths forward. Find an open access version of this paper here: https://commons.und.edu/psych-fac/23/
Dr. Anderson is a member of the CMIV SIG and an assistant professor of Psychology at the University of North Dakota. You can follow her on Twitter at @raeann_a_phd and see her faculty webpage here: https://und.edu/directory/raeann.anderson