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    Jeremy Goldbach, PhD

    TitleAssistant Professor of Social Work
    SchoolSchool of Social Work
    DepartmentSocial Work
    Address7017 Creighton Ln
    Off Campus
    Austin Texas 78723
    Phone+1 213 821 6460

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      JEREMY GOLDBACH joined the USC School of Social Work in 2012 after completing both his master's and doctoral degrees in social work at The University of Texas at Austin. His dissertation, “Toward the prevention of high risk behavior in sexual minority adolescents,” explored the relationship between minority stress and marijuana use by lesbian, gay and bisexual adolescents. His work at UT-Austin was funded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP), specializing in prevention science.

      Dr. Goldbach’s research interest involves understanding the relationship between minority stress and behavioral health outcomes, with a special focus on the experiences of sexual/gender minority (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender; LGBT) and ethnic minority youth. Dr. Goldbach holds funding from the National Institutes on Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), has received funding through the National Institutes of Health Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) to pilot an intervention for Latino youth and families and has received funding through the Zumberge Small Grant Program to explore stress and behavioral health outcomes in a qualitative sample of racially and ethnically diverse LGBT adolescents. Lastly, Dr. Goldbach serves as project evaluator with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) HIV/AIDS Spectrum: Mental Health Training and Education of Social Workers Project.

      His practice background includes both clinical and community organizing. Before returning for his doctoral education, Goldbach oversaw a large community-organizing project in Texas that funded 32 community coalitions to reduce substance use concerns through environmental, policy-based strategy. His teaching interests include direct social work practice, human behavior, and research with vulnerable populations.


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       Awards and Honors
      Journal of Social Work Practice and the Addictions2012Excellence in Dissertation Research (honorable mention)
      University of Texas at Austin2010 - 2011Graduate Fellowship
      University of Texas2010Services for Students with Disabilities Award
      National Institute on Drug Abuse2010Early Career Preventionists Network Society for Prevention Research Travel Stipend
      University of Texas at Austin2010Michael H. Granof Outstanding Graduate Student Award
      University of Texas at Austin2010George H. Mitchell Excellence in Graduate Research Award

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      1. Goldbach JT, Gibbs JJ. A developmentally informed adaptation of minority stress for sexual minority adolescents. J Adolesc. 2016 Dec 26; 55:36-50..
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      2. Goldbach JT, Mereish EH, Burgess C. Sexual Orientation Disparities in the Use of Emerging Drugs. Subst Use Misuse. 2016 Oct 19; 1-7..
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      3. Goldbach JT, Castro CA. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Service Members: Life After Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Curr Psychiatry Rep. 2016 Jun; 18(6):56..
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      4. Talley AE, Gilbert PA, Mitchell J, Goldbach J, Marshall BD, Kaysen D. Addressing gaps on risk and resilience factors for alcohol use outcomes in sexual and gender minority populations. Drug Alcohol Rev. 2016 Jul; 35(4):484-93..
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      5. Cardoso JB, Goldbach JT, Cervantes RC, Swank P. Stress and Multiple Substance Use Behaviors Among Hispanic Adolescents. Prev Sci. 2016 Feb; 17(2):208-17..
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      6. Goldbach JT, Berger Cardoso J, Cervantes RC, Duan L. The relation between stress and alcohol use among Hispanic adolescents. Psychol Addict Behav. 2015 Dec; 29(4):960-8..
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      7. Goldbach JT, Gibbs JJ. Strategies employed by sexual minority adolescents to cope with minority stress. Psychol Sex Orientat Gend Divers. 2015 Sep; 2(3):297-306..
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      8. Gibbs JJ, Goldbach J. Religious Conflict, Sexual Identity, and Suicidal Behaviors among LGBT Young Adults. Arch Suicide Res. 2015; 19(4):472-88.; NIHMSID: NIHMS748914.
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      9. Rice E, Petering R, Rhoades H, Winetrobe H, Goldbach J, Plant A, Montoya J, Kordic T. Cyberbullying perpetration and victimization among middle-school students. Am J Public Health. 2015 Mar; 105(3):e66-72..
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      10. Goldbach JT, Schrager SM, Dunlap SL, Holloway IW. The application of minority stress theory to marijuana use among sexual minority adolescents. Subst Use Misuse. 2015; 50(3):366-75..
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      11. Cervantes RC, Cardoso JB, Goldbach JT. Examining differences in culturally based stress among clinical and nonclinical Hispanic adolescents. Cultur Divers Ethnic Minor Psychol. 2015 Jul; 21(3):458-67..
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      12. Holleran Steiker LK, Hopson LM, Goldbach JT, Robinson C. Evidence for Site-Specific, Systematic Adaptation of Substance Prevention Curriculum With High Risk Youth in Community and Alternative School Settings. J Child Adolesc Subst Abuse. 2014 Sep 1; 23(5):307-317..
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      13. Cervantes RC, Goldbach JT, Varela A, Santisteban DA. Self-harm Among Hispanic Adolescents: Investigating the Role of Culture-Related Stressors. J Adolesc Health. 2014 Nov; 55(5):633-9..
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      14. Goldbach JT, Tanner-Smith EE, Bagwell M, Dunlap S. Minority Stress and Substance Use in Sexual Minority Adolescents: A Meta-analysis. Prev Sci. 2014 Jun; 15(3):350-63..
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      15. Cervantes R, Goldbach J, Santos SM. Familia adelante: a multi-risk prevention intervention for Latino families. J Prim Prev. 2011 Aug; 32(3-4):225-34..
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