Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, Ph.D.
Office Hours

UCOM 1512
 
Mon 10-Noon
 
Ph: (251) 460-7069
 
Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, Ph.D.
Professor
Clinical Psychology

 
Dr Langhinrichsen-Rohling is accepting graduate students for the 2018-2019 academic year
 
Research Interests
 
  • Juvenile & Family Violence
  • Relationships

Ph.D.  University of Oregon   1990
Clinical Psychology
M.S.    University of Oregon   1986
Clinical Psychology
Sc.B.   Brown University         1984
Psychology
 

Dr L-R has 25 years as a licensed Clinical Psychologist and has amassed over 120 peer reviewed publications in her role as a scientist and professor. The majority of these publications focus on her longstanding interests in relationship and family violence (e.g., stalking, rape, physical abuse, and the intergenerational transmission of relationship behaviors), and adolescent risky, unhealthy, suicidal, and/or life-diminishing behaviors. Her most recent research is community-based, focused on under-served and disadvantaged populations, and occurs while integrating mental and behavioral health care into primary care and school settings. In particular, implementing, evaluating, and educating others to provide evidence-based, solution-focused and resiliency-enhancing interventions is a priority for Dr. L-R.

Prior to Dr. L-R initiating and establishing the Gulf Coast Behavioral Health and Resiliency Center which she currently directs, Dr. L-R served as the Head of USA’s Youth Violence Prevention Program. She is an active member of the Gulf Region Health Outreach Program which was funded by a class action lawsuit resulting from the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Dr. L-R also participates on the Health Disparities Research Group-Community Based Participatory Research Dissemination Team which is located in USA’s Center for Healthy Communities.


Highlighted Research
 
Lamis, D., Saito, M., Osman, A., Klibert, J., Malone, P.A., & Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J. (2014). Hopelessness and suicide proneness in U.S. and Japanese college students: Depressive symptoms as a potential mediator. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, doi: 10.1177/0022022113519853

Shnaider, P., Belus, J.M., Vorstenbosch, V., Monson, C.M., & Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J. (2014). The Mediating role of attributions in the association between intimate relationship distress and depressive symptoms in a dating sample of undergraduate students. The Family Journal, 22, 162-169. doi: 10.1177/1066480713513548

Klibert, J., Motoko, S., & Langhinrichsen_Rohling, J. (2013). Suicide proneness in American and Japanese college students: Associations with suicide acceptability and emotional expressivity. Death Studies, doi: 10.1080/07481187.2012.699910
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