Dr. Nicole L. Johnson

Phone: 
610-758-3251
Fax: 
610-758-3227
Office: 
Room A227
Assistant Professor
Research Interests: 
Feminist Theory and Therapy
Intimate Partner Violence
LGBTQ
Prevention
Sexual Assault

My program of research is dedicated to the exploration and implementation of prevention programming (primary, secondary, and tertiary) for gender-based violence (e.g., rape, intimate partner violence, trans* violence). I have conducted research on a wide variety of factors related to gender-based violence including: cultural norms, social support, social reactions to disclosure, addiction, risky sexual behavior, and chronic health conditions (e.g. HIV, chronic pain). I have also assisted in the implementation of two shelter-based treatment programs for women with a history of intimate partner violence, as well as created/implemented a “bystander-plus” prevention program for college students, incorporating traditional bystander rape prevention programming with feminist consciousness raising techniques.

My professional interests include: the implementation/evaluation of culturally sensitive treatment, advocacy, outreach, feminist theory and practice (including teaching, supervision, and mentorship) and mixed method research.