College of Education and Human Development

Family Social Science

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs)

Traumatic events during childhood.

Ronald Asiimwe Ronald Asiimwe

Dr. A has research and clinical experience practicing in the U.S. and in his home country of Uganda.


Chansophal Mak Chansophal Mak

Chansophal Mak (Sophal) is originally from Cambodia. She received her PhD in Human Development and Family Science with emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Georgia in Spring 2023.


Christopher Mehus Christopher Mehus

I am a Prevention Scientist with a background in family science, family therapy, parenting interventions, primary care research, and psychological trauma.

Christopher Mehus

Lindsey Weiler Lindsey Weiler

  • Associate Professor and Department Honors Faculty Representative
  • she/her/hers
  • 612-301-9345

Advising statement Dr. Weiler's research focuses on developing and testing interventions for children and families. The goal of this research is to identify effective strategies for fostering positive child development and healthy family functioning.

Lindsey Weiler

Armeda Wojciak Armeda Wojciak

  • Associate Professor and Couple & Family Therapy Program Director
  • she/her/hers
  • 612-625-1900

Dr. Wojciak has developed a robust research program in improving outcomes for at-risk youth and families with adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) through interventions that are designed and evaluated across family, foster care, school, and youth…

Armeda Wojciak
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