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.
Office: University Center 880D
Phone: (602) 496-0093
Fall 2005-present: Elected as a Women and Gender Studies Affiliate Faculty,
Arizona State University.
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.