Stephanie Ratliff

Stephanie Ratliff

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2019 Cohort;

Current Position: Clinical Faculty/Director/Co-Principal Investigator of the Credit for Learning Program (CFL), UK College of Social Work

Research interest: public child welfare, comorbidity of child maltreatment and caregiver substance use, substance use among victims and survivors of intimate partner violence, public child welfare workforce education


Sanford, R.L., Ratliff, S.H., & Staton-Tindall, M. (2017). Working with parents who use alcohol and drugs. In L. Dixon, D. Perkins, L. Craig & C. Hamilton-Giachritsis (Eds.), What works in child protection: An evidenced-based approach to assessment and intervention in care proceedings. Wiley-Blackwell.

Faragher, T., & Ratliff, S.H. (1999). Working to end domestic violence: A training manual for local coordinating councils on domestic violence. Unpublished manuscript.

Logan, T.K., Walker, R., Cole, J., Ratliff, S.H., & Leukefeld, C. (2003). Qualitative differences among rural and urban intimate violence victimization experiences & consequences: A pilot study. Journal of Family Violence, 18, 2, 83-92.

MSW: University of Kentucky