Monique Clinton-Sherrod

Research Psychologist

Education

  • PhD, Wayne State University
  • MA, Wayne State University
  • BS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Monique Clinton-Sherrod, PhD, has extensive experience in prevention research associated with a variety of psychosocial issues. She has more than 15 years of research experience in the areas of prevention and intervention with family and partner violence, substance abuse, and women’s and minorities’ health, with a focus on technical assistance for and evaluation of interventions using culturally appropriate approaches. Dr. Clinton-Sherrod is well trained in leading research projects, developing and carrying out research proposals, and conducting both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis among various populations, including adolescents, college students, the military, partner violence survivors and perpetrators, and couples with a partner in substance abuse treatment. She has co-authored several journal articles for such publications as Violence Against Women, Journal of Substance Abuse, and Psychology of Women Quarterly.