Joy Victoria Kelly

Dr. Kelly is committed to the prevention, treatment, and recovery processes associated with ending intimate partner violence and addressing other forms of interpersonal trauma. Her research interests include intimate partner violence, interpersonal trauma and couple and family counseling. She currently serves as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Education’s Department of Counseling and Educational Development, teaching courses in Career Counseling and Foundations of Clinical Mental Health Counseling while also serving as the interim clinical internship coordinator. Additionally, she provides outpatient counseling services with Family Solutions, a private practice agency specializing in providing comprehensive counseling services for individuals, couples, and families.

There are 3 included publications by Joy Victoria Kelly :

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A content analysis of local media framing of intimate partner violence 2019 54 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cited intimate partner violence (IPV) as a serious, yet preventable public health problem that affects millions of Americans in our country daily. Given the enormous prevalence of IPV combined with...
See the Triumph Survivor Advocacy Training Program: Equipping survivors of abuse to engage in social justice advocacy 2017 100 Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) continues to represent a critical public health issue that affects individuals across the globe, irrespective of race, gender, religion, socioeconomic status, or sexual orientation. As a result, individual and communit...
Surviving and thriving: the development and validation of the Intimate Partner Violence Recovery Measure 2019 26 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) define “intimate partner violence” or IPV as “a serious, preventable public health problem that affects millions of Americans” (CDC, 2017). The term “intimate partner violence” is an umbrella term ...