Graduate Student; Joint Program in Social Work and Clinical Science
2237 East Hall
Faculty Advisors: Lilia Cortina & Lisa Fedina
Yuliya Shyrokonis is a Joint PhD student in Social Work and Clinical Psychology and holds a BA in psychology. Her research and professional experiences have spanned sexual and domestic violence, human trafficking and restorative justice. She is interested in researching novel interventions for perpetrators and survivors of interpersonal violence.
Fedina, L., Shyrokonis, Y., Backes, B., Schultz, K., Ashwell, L., Hafner, S., & Rosay, A. (2022). Intimate Partner Violence, Economic Insecurity, and Health Outcomes Among American Indian and Alaska Native Men and Women: Findings From a National Sample. Violence Against Women, 0(0). https://doi.org/10.1177/10778012221127725
Shyrokonis, Y, Fedina, L, Tolman, R, Herrenkohl, T, & Peitzmeier, S. (2022). Perceptions of Partner Decarceration Among Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Urban Health.