Bryana H. French
University of Saint Thomas Saint Paul
United States of America
Dr. French joined the University of St. Thomas in 2014 after beginning her academic career at the University of Missouri, Columbia in the Black Studies department and Counseling Psychology program in 2010. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Illinois’ Counseling Psychology program in 2010. Her pre-doctoral internship was at the APA Accredited University of Maryland Counseling Center and she was a summer intern with the APA Minority Fellowship Program’s Public Policy program at Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration. She currently teaches MA and PsyD level courses in Diversity Issues at the University of St. Thomas and has taught several other courses throughout her career including African American Psychology, Violence Against Women & Children, and Qualitative Methods.
sexual coercion and associated psychosocial outcomes among racially diverse young men and women.
French BH. More than Jezebels and freaks: Exploring how Black girls navigate sexual coercion and sexual scripts. Journal of African American Studies. 2013 Mar 1;17(1):35-50.
French BH, Tilghman JD, Malebranche DA. Sexual coercion context and psychosocial correlates among diverse males. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 2015 Jan;16(1):42.