Mark I. Singer, PhD
Mark I. Singer, Ph.D. is the Leonard W. Mayo Professor of Family & Child Welfare, and is Deputy Director of the Begun Center on Violence Prevention Research and Education at the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Singer has had extensive clinical experience, including developing and directing two adolescent psychiatric units specializing in co-existing mental and substance disorders, one of which won the American Medical Association’s National Congress on Adolescent Health Programs’ Award in the area of Behavioral and Emotional Problems.
Dr. Singer’s academic career has focused on examining the consequences of violence exposure and he has been the recipient of federal, state and local foundation research grants. He has published numerous articles and book chapters addressing the psychological and behavioral sequelae of exposure to violence in both children and adults. Dr. Singer has lectured nationally and internationally on issues related to youth violence, and has presented findings from his research to governmental groups such as the National Governors’ Association and the Ohio State Cabinet. He also works with law enforcement to establish linkages between police officers and social services and is currently a member of the Cuyahoga County Metropolitan Housing Authority Police Department. Singer has served as a consultant/advisor to the American Medical Association, the National Mental Health Association and the U.S. Department of Defense .
To access Dr. Singer’s Faculty Page, click here: Case Western Reserve University, Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences.