Gender, Psychology, and Justice: The Mental Health of Women and Girls in the Legal System - Linda Wolfe 2014
About the Contributors
Tyonna Adams currently attends Pepperdine University, where she is pursuing her PsyD in Clinical Psychology. She serves as Research Associate of Pepperdine’s Oasis—Culture and Trauma Lab.
Julie R. Ancis is Associate Vice President for Institute Diversity at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.
Jennifer Bahrman graduated from New Mexico State University with a master’s in counseling and guidance and a master’s in criminal justice. She is currently completing her PhD in counseling psychology at the University of Houston.
Kendra R. Brewster is Assistant Professor in the Public and Community Service Studies Program at Providence College. In 2014, she was honored with the Dissertation Research Award from the International Association for Service Learning and Community Engagement.
Thema Bryant-Davis is Associate Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University. She is a former representative to the United Nations and Past President of the Society of the Psychology of Women. Her books include Thriving in the Wake of Trauma and Surviving Sexual Violence.
Aisha Canfield received her master’s in Public Policy from Mills College and focuses primarily on juvenile justice reform, especially on preventing system involvement for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and gender-nonconforming youth of color while improving outcomes for those already system involved.
Carlye B. Conte is a graduate student pursuing her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University.
Kathleen M. Cumiskey is an interfaith minister and Associate Professor in the Psychology Department and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Program at the College of Staten Island—City University of New York. She has coedited a volume with Larissa Hjorth entitled Mobile Media Practices, Presence, and Politics.
Corinne C. Datchi is Assistant Professor in the Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy at Seton Hall University.
Alexis Forbes is Associate Trial Consultant and Research Coordinator with Bonora Rountree, LLC. She has a PhD in Psychology and Law from John Jay College and the Graduate Center at CUNY, New York.
Anthea Gray currently attends Pepperdine University, where she is earning her PsyD in Clinical Psychology.
Amy E. Green is Assistant Project Scientist in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California—San Diego and Investigator at the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center.
Angela Irvine is Research Director at the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD).
Nicole C. Kellett is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Maine—Farmington.
Elizabeth A. Lilliott is Program Evaluator and Associate Research Scientist for the Behavioral Health Research Center of the Southwest.
Kevin L. Nadal is Associate Professor of Psychology at CUNY and is also the Executive Director of CLAGS: Center for LGBTQ Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center, as well as the President of the Asian American Psychological Association.
Anna Ochoa O’Leary is Associate Professor in the Department of Mexican American Studies at the University of Arizona and Codirector of the Binational Migration Institute at the same institution. She received a Fullbright scholarship in 2006 to conduct research on migrant women’s encounters with immigration enforcement agents. She edited a two-volume reference work, Undocumented Immigrants in the United States Today: An Encyclopedia of Their Experiences.
Jessica Roa was the project manager of a two-year national study of LGBT youth involved with the juvenile justice system. She is currently evaluating a juvenile probation youth program that is being implemented by a community-based organization in three California counties.
Erica G. Rojas is an advanced doctoral candidate in the Counseling Psychology Program at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Jonathan Schwartz is Associate Dean for Graduate Studies in the College of Education at the University of Houston. He is the past president of Division 51, Psychology of Men and Masculinity, of the American Psychological Association. Dr. Schwartz received the 2011 Fritz and Linn Kuder Early Career Scientist/Practitioner Award from the American Psychologist Association Division of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Schwartz was recently named a Fellow of Division 17, Society of Counseling Psychology, of the American Psychological Association.
Randolph M. Scott-McLaughlin II is a doctoral student in counseling psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Laura Smith is Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Elise M. Trott is a Research Assistant at the Pacific Institute of Research and Evaluation, and a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico.
Lenore E. A. Walker is Professor of Psychology at Nova Southeastern University and is the coordinator of the Clinical Forensic Psychology Concentration.
Cathleen E. Willging is Senior Research Scientist II at the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation.