Elizabeth L. Jeglic Ph.D.
Dr. Elizabeth L. Jeglic is a Professor of Psychology and Sexual Violence Prevention researcher at John Jay College. Dr. Jeglic is the co-author of three books and over 70 articles and book chapters on Sexual Violence Prevention. She has won awards and grants for her work.
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I have coauthored 3 books on sexual violence prevention. I have co-authored over 70 peer reviewed articles and books chapters on issues related to sexual violence prevention. I have written articles for mainstream publications salon.com, working mother and have been quoted as an expert in the New York Times, Huffington Post, UK Guardian among others. I maintain a blog on sexual violence prevention on psychology today. I am an associate editor of the journal Sexual Abuse.
I have conducted research on both men and women who have engaged in sexual violence, sex offender policies, internet sexual offending, grooming behavior, sex offender treatment and prevention. I have also worked with those who have been victims of sexual violence. My current work focuses on sexual violence prevention.
I can train on issues broadly related to sexual violence prevention, sexual offending, treating those who have offended for professionals, educators, parents, policy makers, community organizations.
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