Katie Russell

Katie Russell earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology honors, with a minor in Spanish, from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Katie also recently received her Master of Science in Social Administration (MSSA) from the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. During her undergraduate tenure at WSU, Katie worked as a research assistant in the Family Relationships Laboratory within the psychology department. Following graduation, Katie worked as a clinical research coordinator for the ADHD and Autism programs at Duke University, as well as for the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center on the Fort Bragg Army Base. She also assisted with a research project at CWRU regarding childhood exposure to intimate partner violence. As part of her field placement for the MSSA program, Katie worked at the University of North Carolina’s Center for Childhood Trauma and Maltreatment, where she assisted in the assessment and treatment of abuse victims and/or witnesses, as well as their families. Katie also spent a portion of her field placement working with trauma victims and their family members at Fort Bragg.

Recent Publications

Voith, L. A., Lee., H., Russell, K, & Korsch-Williams, A. (2021, April). Understanding how relational health affects intimate partner violence perpetration among low-income, Black, Indigenous, men of color exposed to adverse childhood experiences: An exploratory study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(8), 3890-3909.

Russell, K. N., Voith, L. V., & Lee, H. (2021, February). Randomized controlled trials evaluating adolescent dating violence prevention programs with an outcome of reduced perpetration and/or victimization: A meta-analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 87, 6-14.

Voith, L. A., Russell, K. N., Lee, H., & Anderson, R. E. (2020, December). Adverse childhood experiences, trauma symptoms, mindfulness, and intimate partner violence: Therapeutic implications for marginalized men. Family Process, 59(4), 1588-1607.

Russell, K. N., Preble, E. A., Hegarty-Craver, M., Arrieux, J. P., Cole, W. R., Choi, Y. S., Grego, S., Olmsted, K. R., & Gilchrist, K. H.(2020, October). Assessment of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) based on cardiovascular response to posture change. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 35(5), E422-E428.

Voith, L.A., Lee, H., & Russell, K. (2020, October). How trauma, depression, and gender roles lead to intimate partner violence perpetration among a sample of predominately low-income Black, Indigenous, men of color: A mixed methods study. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-27.