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    Ferol E. Mennen, PhD

    TitleAssociate Professor of Social Work
    SchoolSchool of Social Work
    DepartmentSocial Work
    AddressMRF 317
    University Park Campus
    Los Angeles California 90089-0411
    Phone+1 213 740 0295

      Ferol Mennen joined the USC faculty in 1988 after teaching at Southern University at New Orleans and practicing in mental health for 12 years. Specializing in children's mental health issues, she has worked in a residential treatment center, the outpatient adolescent unit of a psychiatric hospital, as an outpatient coordinator for inner-city community mental health crime, and in private practice. She continues to practice clinical social work privately on a sliding-scale and limited basis in Montrose.

      Her primary research focuses on child abuse and neglect, mental health services to those children, and post-traumatic stress disorders in children, particularly in reaction to various forms of abuse. In addition, her interests include children's mental health issues; the provision of services to hard to reach, disadvantaged populations; social work education; and depression. She is co-principal investigator for "The Impact of Neglect on Adolescent Development." The majority of her publications focus on the effects of abuse in children and the treatment of women sexually abused in childhood.

      Dr. Mennen teaches first year and mental health practice in the masters program, as well as adult learning theory in the doctoral program.

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      1. Schneiderman JU, Negriff S, Peckins M, Mennen FE, Trickett PK. Body mass index trajectory throughout adolescence: a comparison of maltreated adolescents by maltreatment type to a community sample. Pediatr Obes. 2015 Aug; 10(4):296-304..
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      2. Schneiderman JU, Mennen FE, Negriff S, Trickett PK. Overweight and obesity among maltreated young adolescents. Child Abuse Negl. 2012 Apr; 36(4):370-8..
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      3. Brensilver M, Negriff S, Mennen FE, Trickett PK. Longitudinal relations between depressive symptoms and externalizing behavior in adolescence: moderating effects of maltreatment experience and gender. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. 2011; 40(4):607-17..
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      4. Mennen FE, Brensilver M, Trickett PK. Do Maltreated Children who Remain at Home Function Better than Those who Are Placed? Child Youth Serv Rev. 2010 Dec; 32(12):1675-1682..
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      5. Mennen FE, Kim K, Sang J, Trickett PK. Child neglect: definition and identification of youth's experiences in official reports of maltreatment. Child Abuse Negl. 2010 Sep; 34(9):647-58..
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      6. Trickett PK, Mennen FE, Kim K, Sang J. Emotional abuse in a sample of multiply maltreated, urban young adolescents: issues of definition and identification. Child Abuse Negl. 2009 Jan; 33(1):27-35..
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      7. Aisenberg E, Trickett PK, Mennen FE, Saltzman W, Zayas LH. Maternal depression and adolescent behavior problems: an examination of mediation among immigrant Latino mothers and their adolescent children exposed to community violence. J Interpers Violence. 2007 Oct; 22(10):1227-49..
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      8. Mennen FE. The relationship of race/ethnicity to symptoms in childhood sexual abuse. Child Abuse Negl. 1995 Jan; 19(1):115-24..
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      9. Mennen FE. Evaluation of risk factors in childhood sexual abuse. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 1993 Sep; 32(5):934-9..
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      10. Mennen FE, Meadow D. Process to recovery: in support of long-term groups for sexual abuse survivors. Int J Group Psychother. 1993 Jan; 43(1):29-44..
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