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T.J. Sullivan, B.A., is a senior research assistant for the Yale School of Public Health ESTEEM Program in New York City. His research broadly focuses on minority stress processes and trauma responses, particularly within an interpersonal context. T.J. is primarily interested in understanding the development of posttraumatic stress disorder in the LGBT+ community as well as factors that influence adverse relationship outcomes, including intimate partner violence perpetration. Additionally, he is interested in the development and implementation of effective intervention and prevention approaches related to these topics. Prior to working at Yale, T.J. received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and French and Francophone Studies from Pennsylvania State University.
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|BA||Pennsylvania State University, Psychology, French and Francophone Studies (2015)|