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Todd I. Herrenkohl

Marion Elizabeth Blue Professor of Children and Families

Todd I. Herrenkohl

Dr. Herrenkohl’s primary research interests focus on the areas of child and family well-being, child maltreatment and the psychosocial and developmental underpinnings of health-risk behaviors in youth and adults; substance use, mental and physical health outcomes of adversity; and resilience. He has also worked to raise awareness of the causes and consequences of violence in children and families and to promote the use of public health models of primary prevention.

Research Interests/Focus

Child maltreatment and the psychosocial and developmental underpinnings of health-risk behaviors in youth and adults; substance use, mental and physical health outcomes of adversity; and resilience.

Education

Year Degree   School
1998 PhD Social Welfare University of Washington, Seattle
1993 MSW Social Work Simmons College, Boston, MA
1991 BA Social Relations Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

Websites

Trauma-informed Programs and Practices for Schools (TIPPS)
  • The Symptom-Associated Pathway to Substance Use and Misuse during Adolescence

    Voepel-Lewis, Terri (PI)
  • Editorship - Journal of the Society for Social Work & Research

  • Supplement to Lifecourse Patterns of Abuse and Elder Mistreatment (1R01AG059823-01)

  • Advancing Low-Cost Translational Activities to Strengthen the Uptake, Use, and Sustainment of Trauma-Informed Programs and Practices in Schools (TIPPS)

    Andria Eisman, Alison Miller, Elizabeth Davis (Co-Is)
  • Population and Subgroup Differences in the Prevalence and Predictors of Campus Sexual Assault to Inform Preventive Interventions

  • Profiles of Poly-Victimization and Suicide Risk Among Young Adults

  • Lifecourse Patterns of Abuse and Elder Mistreatment

  • Undiagnosed and subclinical health problems in vulnerable adults exposed to stress and adversity

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