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About Christopher A. Mallett

Christopher A. Mallett teaches research methods, statistics, program evaluation, and mental health policy graduate and undergraduate courses in Cleveland State University's School of Social Work. He is licensed in Ohio as an independent social worker and attorney, and conducts trainings nationwide for juvenile court judges and other court personnel on disability law and juvenile delinquency. His research and scholarship focuses on children and adolescents with certain disabilities and their involvement with juvenile courts; specifically the impact that mental health disorders, substance abuse, special education disabilities, and trauma/maltreatment victimization have on delinquency and crime. He has published over 40 research papers, national technical assistance training briefs, book chapters, and law reviews, as well as a textbook (Linking disorders to delinquency: Treating high-risk youth in the juvenile justice system) on these topics.


Present Program Coordinator, Bachelor of Social Work, Cleveland State University
Present Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Cleveland State University

Contact Information

Office: CB 324
Phone: 216-523-7514
Fax: 216-687-5590
Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. CB 324, Cleveland, OH 44115


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