Sexual minority health and health disparities, stress theory correlates of risk and protective factors, LGBTQ psychosocial development, addiction disorders, health and mental health policy, social work student preparedness, university-community based collaborations, macro-practice, non-profit leadership and service delivery, and program evaluation.
|2011||Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago ‐ School of Social Work|
|1997||M.S.W., Fordham University ‐ Graduate School of Social Service|
|1991||B.A., Fordham University ‐ Fordham College at Lincoln Center|
Loyola University Chicago
School of Social Work
1 East Pearson Street, 5th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
Featured Works (1)
Recent Works (5)
Refereed Journal Publications (12)
Intersecting sexual, gender and professional identities among social work students ...
Journal of Social Work Education (2017)
Discrimination toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) social work students can negatively affect academic performance and personal and ...
Book Chapters (8)
Contribution to Book
The effect of marginalization on the healthy aging of LGBTQ ...
In H. Pereira & P. Costa (Eds.), Coming out for LGBT Psychology in the Current International Scenario (2014)
The intersection of sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, healthy aging, and community resources can be framed as a human rights issue ...