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Sullivan, Tami, P, Ph.D.
Area: Family Violence Research and Program
Tami P. Sullivan, Ph.D., is the Director of Family Violence Research and Programs at The Consultation Center and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Sullivan directs programs for domestic violence offenders, including a pretrial educational program for men and women arrested for a domestic violence offense and an intensive intervention program for men with more serious domestic violence histories.
Dr. Sullivan’s research interests focus on understanding the relationships between intimate partner violence, posttraumatic stress, and co-occurring substance use. She actively is involved in research examining precursors, correlates and outcomes of intimate partner violence for women in the community, and is particularly interested in risk and protective factor research.