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Colleen E. Crane

LEO Lecturer II

Colleen E. Crane

Colleen E. (Kenna) Crane, MSW'01, has focused her primary practice interests in sexuality, gender identity, trauma and women's issues.

Crane spent more than two years working in Detroit as the senior clinician for the Teen Age Parenting Program (TAPP) at The Children's Center, where she worked with pregnant and parenting teenagers providing individual and group therapy. She completed her internship at the Family Assessment Clinic in Detroit, specializing in child welfare issues.

She was an adjunct lecturer in the psychology department at Montana State University. While in Bozeman, Crane was president-elect of the state chapter of NASW, and served on the NASW Montana chapter board for six years.


Year Degree   School
2001 MSW IP / CYF University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2000 BA Psychology / Women's Studies University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Saunders, D. G., Kurko, J. F., Barlow, K., & Crane, C. E. (2011). What attracts men who batter to their partners? An exploratory study. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(14), 2747-2763.

Saunders, D. G., Fennell, J., Deichert, K., & Kenna, C. (2011). Partner selection by men who batter: Relationship to their personality disorders & violent behavior. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

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