Books and Chapters

Claire Crooks
Director and Principal Investigator

  • Crooks, C. V., Jaffe, P. G., & Dunlop, C (in press). Intervening with children exposed to domestic violence: Multiple opportunities to prevent harm and promote resilience. In C. Renzetti, R. Bergen, & J. Edleson, (eds), Sourcebook on Violence Against Women, 3rd Edition. New York: Sage.

  • Crooks, C.
     V., Chiodo, D., Dunlop, C., Lapointe, A., & Kerry, A. (2018). The Fourth R: Considerations for implementing evidence-based healthy relationships and mental health promotion programming in diverse contexts. In A. W. Leschied, D. Saklofske, & G. Flett (eds.) The Handbook of Implementation of School Based Mental Health Promotion: An Evidence-Informed Framework for Implementation (pp.299-321)Springer Publishing, New York, NY. 

  • Crooks, C. V., Exner-Cortens, Siebold, W., Rosier, M., & Baker, K (2018). Building capacity to implement teen dating violence prevention: Lessons learned from the Alaska Fourth R initiative. In D. Wolfe and J. Temple (Eds.) Dating violence: Theory, research, and prevention (pp. 503-521). New York: Academics Press/Elsevier

  • Crooks, C. V., & Dunlop, C. (2017). Mental health promotion with aboriginal youth: Lessons learned from the Uniting Our Nations Program. In J. R. Harrison, B. R. Schultz., & S. W. Evans (eds.) School Mental Health Services for Adolescents. New York, NY: Oxford University Press

  • Crooks, C. V. (2011). The science of prevention: Interrupting the cycle of violence. In Institute of Medicine (Ed). Preventing violence against women and children (pp. 87-97). Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

  • Crooks, C. V., Chiodo, D., Thomas, D., & Hughes, R. (2011). Strength-based violence prevention programming for First Nations youth within a mainstream school setting. In D. Pepler, J. Cummings, & W. Craig (Eds.), Creating a World Without Bullying (pp. 43-62). PREVNet Series, Vol. 3. Ottawa, Canada: National Printers.

  • Crooks, C. V., Jaffe, P.G., Wolfe, D. A., Hughes, R., & Chiodo, D. (2010). School-based dating violence prevention: From single events to evaluated, integrated programming. (pp 327-348). In C. Renzetti, J. Edleson. & R. Kennedy Bergen (Eds.). Sourcebook on Violence Against Women. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

  • Crooks, C. V., Jaffe, P.G., & Bala, N. (2010). Factoring in the effects of children’s exposure to domestic violence in determining appropriate postseparation parenting plans. (pp. 22.1-22.25). In M. Hannah and B. Goldstein (Eds.) Domestic violence, abuse, and child custody. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

  • Dozois, E. Wells, L. & Crooks, C.V. (in press). Developing sustainable and coordinated school and community violence prevention: Lessons from Alberta, Canada. Crime Prevention.

Susan RodgerSusan Rodger
Principal Investigator

Rodger, S., Hibbert, K., Leschied, A., Masters, R., Pandori-Chuckal, J., & Atkins, M.A. Mental Health Literacy as a Fundamental Part of Teacher Preparation: A Canadian Perspective, in Alan Leschied & Don Saklofske (eds.) Handbook of School Based Mental Health Promotion: An Evidence-Informed Framework. Springer. (forthcoming)

Rodger, S.,  Chapter 9: Mental Health Education, In  Joe Barrett and Carol Scaini (eds) Quality Health and Physical Education:  Pedagogical Practices and Considerations for Canadian Elementary School Teacher Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL (forthcoming).

Rodger, S., Hibbert, K. & Gilpin, M. (2017). Preservice Teacher Education for Mental Health in the Rural Community. In K. Michael & J.P. Jameson (Eds.), Handbook for Rural School Mental Health, Springer: Cham, pp 63-79.

Rodger, S. and Leschied, A. (2011). The Impact of Victimization in Cases of Historical Child Sexual Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Practice. Psychology of  Victimization. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Hauppauge, NY.