PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA


FEATURED


RECENT MEDIA

When Domestic Violence Takes a Toll on the Helpers; domesticshelters.org, June 29, 2016

Event in Oklahoma City focuses on how churches can help domestic abuse victimsCarla Hinton, The Oklahoman, May 21, 2016

Oklahoma City conference for religious leaders will focus on domestic violence and sexual assault; Carla Hinton, The Oklahoman, March 19, 2016

Do You Feel Trapped by Your Faith? When spirituality and domestic violence cross paths, March 07, 2016, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence on-line newsletter by domesticshelters.org  

Interview, Vicarious Trauma; National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Natalie Martinez, February 15, 2016

Iowa Conference: Doing Something in Response to Domestic Violence – article and audio interview,  Iowa Conference of the United Methodist Church, August 14, 2015


CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR

Book chapter: "A Survivor Looks Back: What I Wish Pastors Had Known When I Was Looking for Help" (2008)

Book chapter: "A Survivor Looks Back: What I Wish Pastors Had Known When I Was Looking for Help" (2008)

Book chapter: "Notes from the Shelter" (2011)

Book chapter: "Notes from the Shelter" (2011)

 Book chapter:  "Best Practices for Supporting Victims of Domestic   Violence in Rural Communities" (2013)

 Book chapter:  "Best Practices for Supporting Victims of Domestic   Violence in Rural Communities" (2013)


PUBLICATIONS 

"Initial Examination of a Multi-Dimensional Model of Trauma-Related Guilt: Application to Combat Veterans and Battered Women" Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 1994: Vol 17 No 4

“Evil – The Heart of Violence? The Traditional Psychological Approaches to Counseling for Spouse Abusers: What They Include and What They Leave Out" Healing Ministry magazine, Jan 1995: pp 21-30 

"Development of a Sources of Trauma Related Guilt Survey, Battered Women’s Version" 1994

"The Relationship Between Trauma-Related Guilt and PTSD and Depression Severity in Combat Veterans and Battered Women" 1994

“Domestic Violence – A Medical Perspective" Healing Ministry magazine, November 1994: pp 20-22

"Domestic Violence - A Medical Perspective" Hawaii Medical Journal, Hawaii Medical Association, Sept 1994

"Trauma Treatment in the Context of Domestic Violence: Implications for the DV Field"
National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health, June 3, 2013
 

"Cognitive Trauma Therapy for Battered Women with PTSD" 
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Feb 2004: Vol 72 No 1

"Cognitive Trauma Therapy for Battered Women with PTSD (CTT-BW): Preliminary Findings" Journal of Traumatic Stress, 2003: 16 pp 81-91

"Development and Validation of a Brief Broad-spectrum Measure of Trauma Exposure: The Traumatic Life Events Questionnaire (TLEQ)"  Psychological Assessment 2000: 12 pp 210-224

"Violence Against Women and the Need for Routine Trauma History Screening" Colorado Psychological Association Bulletin, Sept 1997

"Violence Against Women and the Need for Routine Trauma History" Hawaii Psychologist 1996

"Pandora’s Box: Open it and Pass it on! How Victim Advocates Can Bring Relief to Busy Physicians" Hawaii Medical Journal Sept 1996

"PTSD Among Women Survivors of Domestic Violence in Hawaii" Hawaii Medical Journal Sept 1996

“From Victim to Victor: My Personal Journey from Fear to Empowerment" Healing Ministry magazine Mar 1995: pp 21-31