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Dr. Carrie Moylan (Assistant Professor of Social Work) has most recently focused her research on understanding the functioning of coordinated, multidisciplinary service delivery programs responding to the needs of sexual assault survivors. She has also published research on the unique and combined effects of child abuse and exposure to domestic violence on later adolescent psycho-social functioning. Interested in both qualitative and quantitative research methods, Dr. Moylan is primarily interested in understanding factors that influence the healing process of survivors of interpersonal trauma. She earned her MSW at the University of Michigan and her PhD at the University of Washington. Dr. Moylan has over seven years of social work practice experience supporting survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, creating and running a teen peer educator group, expanding services for LGBT survivors of domestic violence, program design and administration. She also has personal and professional experience supporting children and teens involved in the foster care system.
PhD, University of Washington, School of Social Work, Seattle, WA
MSW, University of Michigan, School of Social Work, Ann Arbor, MI
BA, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH
Moylan, C. A., Lindhorst, T., and Tajima, E. A. (In Press). Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs): Mapping a research agenda that incorporates an organizational perspective on multidisciplinary service delivery. Violence Against Women.
Tajima, E. A., Herrenkohl, T. I., Moylan, C. A., and Derr, A.S. (2011). Moderating the effects of childhood exposure to domestic violence: Examining the roles of parenting characteristics and adolescent peer support. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21, 376-394.
Sousa, C., Herrenkohl, T. I., Moylan, C. A., Tajima, E. A., Klika, J. B., Herrenkohl, R. C., & Russo, M. J. (2011). Longitudinal study on the effects of child abuse and children's exposure to domestic violence, parent-child attachments, and antisocial behavior in adolescence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26, 111-136.
Moylan, C. A., Herrenkohl, T. I., Sousa, C., Tajima, E. A., Herrenkohl, R. C., & Russo, M. J. (2010). The effects of child abuse and exposure to domestic violence on adolescent internalizing and externalizing behavior problems. Journal of Family Violence, 25, 53-63.
Herrenkohl, T. I., Sousa, C., Tajima, E. A., Herrenkohl, R. C., and Moylan, C. A. (2008). Intersection of child abuse and children's exposure to domestic violence. Trauma, Violence and Abuse, 9, 84-99.
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