Simulations hosted by the taskforce include:

Online IPE "In Her Shoes" DV Simulation

Format: Asynchronous Online

Focus: In Her Shoes series is designed for experiential learning about domestic violence. Participants move, act, think, and make choices as a person experiencing an abusive relationship. Students will be debriefed after the activity and supportive resources are provided.

Disciplines involved: Open to all disciplines

 

Online IPE Screening, Risk Assessment, and Safety Planning for DV Simulation

Format: Asynchronous Online

Focus: Simulation experience to allow students to integrate IPV knowledge and develop a safety plan (intervention plan) grounded on evidence-based research. Students will screen, assess, and develop a safety plan for IPV survivors.

Disciplines involved: Open to all disciplines

 

Online and In Person IPE "Escalation" DV Simulation

Format: Asynchronous Online

Focus: This 38-minute film follows the story of a college couple from the sweet beginnings of their relationship to the tragic end. The film examines the warning signs of an abusive relationship. Students will be debriefed after the activity and supportive resources are provided.

Disciplines involved: Open to all disciplines

INTERESTED IN JOINING THE IPV EDUCATION TASKFORCE? 

Faculty and Staff of all disciplines are welcome. For more information on joining the taskforce contact: karla.arenas@uta.edu

IPVE Taskforce Members

Karla Arenas-Itotia, MA, MSSW, LMSW

Assistant Professor of Practice

Personal Pronouns: She/Her

Karla Arenas-Itotia

Research Interests: Family, Gender, Race and Ethnicity, Violence Prevention, Trauma, Victim Services, Relationship and Sexual Violence, Higher Education, Student Development and Leadership, Field, Mental Health, Community Education

Erin Carlson

Associate Clinical Professor

Erin Carlson

Saltanat Childress, PhD, MSW

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Family wellbeing, child wellbeing, parenting, prevention of family violence in global settings; economic empowerment; immigrant and refugee populations

Thomas Dombrowsky

Clinical Associate Professor

Thomas Dombrowsky

Beth Fleener

Sr. Teaching Innovation Research Associate

Beth Fleener

Lynda Jarrell

Clinical Assistant Professor

Lynda Jarrell

Kellie Kahveci

Clinical Assistant Professor

Kellie Kahveci

Catherine LaBrenz, PhD

Assistant Professor

Personal Pronouns: She/Her

Catherine LaBrenz

Research Interests: Child Welfare; Reunification; Permanence; Family Engagement

Jacqueline Michael

Clinical Assistant Professor

Jacqueline Michael

Tracy Orwig, LCSW

Assistant Professor of Practice

Personal Pronouns: She/Her

Tracy Orwig

Research Interests: Health Interventions, Health Disparities, Health Literacy and the Impact of Interprofessional Education on Health Students

Jennifer Lynn Royce

Clinical Assistant Professor

Jennifer Lynn Royce

Jessica Lynn Sanchez

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Jessica Lynn Sanchez

Sherece Shavel, PhD, LMSW, HS-BCP

Assistant Professor of Practice

Personal Pronouns: She/Her

Shavel Sherece

Research Interests: Post-incarceration paternal experiences of African American males, the intersection of mental health, culture, spirituality, and criminality; post-traumatic growth development and functioning, legislative equity and equality, restorative forgiveness and reconciliation, social worker professional acumen, efficacy, and resilience; social work and law, cross-cultural collaborative social work education, qualitative and mixed methodology

Rachel Voth Schrag, PhD, LCSW

Assistant Professor

Personal Pronouns: She/Her

Rachel Voth Schrag

Research Interests: Violence Against Women, Trauma and Mental Health, Convergence of Poverty and Interpersonal Trauma, Violence Against Women in Diverse Educational Settings; Interpersonal Violence Prevention and Intervention

Micki Washburn, PhD, LMSW, MA, LPC-S

Assistant Professor

Personal Pronouns: She/Her

Micki Washburn

Research Interests: Health disparities related to mental health and substance misuse in historically underserved communities, applications of technology in behavioral health assessment and treatment, mindfulness based clinical interventions for women with co-occurring mental health and substance use concerns, social policy related to SOGIE for child welfare involved youth and families.

Kendra Zellan, MAC

Assistant Director, Student Advocacy Services

Kendra Zellan