Jennifer Crawford, Ph.D.
received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of New Mexico-Albuquerque and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the Salem VA Medical Center. Her research is broadly focused on interpersonal trauma, especially the heightened risk for and consequences of sexual revictimization and related behavioral healthcare engagement. Dr. Crawford’s clinical interests include trauma-focused treatment of PTSD related to interpersonal trauma, including military sexual trauma (MST), as well as integration of trauma-informed mental health assessment and care in primary care settings.
Jeane Bosch, Ph.D.
Dr. Bosch received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Saint Louis University and Masters of Public Health from San Francisco State University. Dr. Bosch’s research broadly focuses on the intersection between interpersonal trauma [e.g., military sexual trauma (MST) and adverse childhood experiences (ACES)] and health behaviors and outcomes, specifically among women. Her primary clinical interest is providing evidenced-based treatments for PTSD related to interpersonal trauma.
Elizabeth (Liz) Straus, Ph.D.
Dr. Straus received her PhD from Alliant International University, San Diego and completed her predoctoral internship at the Tampa VA Medical Center. Her primary research interests include enhancing the quality, accessibility, and implementation of services for Veterans with military sexual trauma (MST) exposure, identifying modifiable predictors of treatment engagement in Veterans with PTSD, and evaluating novel and integrated approaches to treat trauma-related sequelae. Her clinical work focuses on the provision of evidence-based treatments for PTSD, including Prolonged Exposure (PE) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).
Jennalee Wooldridge, Ph.D.
Dr. Wooldridge received her Ph.D. in Clinical Health Psychology from University of Colorado Denver and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System. Her research has focused on interpersonal and other psychosocial influences on self-management behaviors, particularly physical activity among patients with chronic medical conditions. She is interested in health behavior change intervention development in the context of women’s health. Her clinical interests include providing evidence-based treatments to improve quality of life and health outcomes among medical populations such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.