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Dominique Roe-Sepowitz

Dominique Roe-Sepowitz

Curriculum Vitae


Dominique Roe-Sepowitz
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Florida State University

Forensic Social Work Practice with oppressed populations, specifically juveniles and adult women involved in the justice system, particularly in the Southern and Southwestern U.S.; preparing students to work with unique populations and to critically assess the needs of clients and the use of skilled interventions; focusing on trauma and life consequences that lead to decision making and an emphasis on healing.

Contact Information
Office: University Center 880D
Phone: (602) 496-0093

Fall 2005-present: Elected as a Women and Gender Studies Affiliate Faculty, Arizona State University.

Sample Publications
Roe-Sepowitz, D. (2007). Adolescent female murderers: Characteristics and treatment implications. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Mental Health and Social Justice, 77(3), 489-496.

Roe-Sepowitz, D. E., Bedard, L. E., & Pate, K.N. (in press). The Impact of child abuse on dissociative symptoms: A study of incarcerated women. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 8, (3).

Miller-Clevenger, B. & Roe-Sepowitz, D.E. (accepted for publication) Shelter Service Utilization of Domestic Violence Victims. Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment.

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