February 16, 2023 - Webinar - "Recognizing and Addressing Teen Dating Violence: What You Need to Know"
You’re invited to join the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry for this installment of our AMP Webinar Series: "Recognizing and Addressing Teen Dating Violence: What You Need to Know"
1. Describe the scope and nature of teen dating violence.
2. Name at least three warning signs of teen dating violence.
3. Identify ways to support teens experiencing dating violence.
Speaker: Apryl A. Alexander, Psy.D. (she/her)
Metrolina Distinguished Scholar of Health & Public Policy
Department of Public Health Sciences, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Dr. Apryl Alexander is the Metrolina Medical Foundation Distinguished Scholar in Health and Public Policy at UNC Charlotte. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology with concentrations in forensic psychology and child and family therapy. Dr. Alexander’s research and clinical work focus on violence and victimization, human sexuality, and trauma-informed and culturally informed practice. She is an award-winning researcher and her work has been published in several leading journals. Dr. Alexander has been interviewed by numerous media outlets, including The New York Times, USA Today, and NBC Nightly News, about her research and advocacy work. Recently, she received the 2021 Lorraine Williams Greene Award for Social Justice from Division 18, 2022 Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring awards from SPSSI and AP-LS, and the 2022 Dr. Sarah Burgamy Citizen Psychologist Award from the Colorado Psychological Association. She is also a Fellow of the Association for the Prevention and Treatment of Sexual Abuse (ATSA). Dr. Alexander also enjoys bringing psychology to the public through popular media. She is a frequent presenter at Denver Pop Culture Con and has previously contributed to The Joker Psychology: Evil Clowns and the Women Who Love Them and Black Panther Psychology: Hidden Kingdoms.
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