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Danielle Giroux

Hawaii Pacific University
Assistant Professor of Social Work
Dr. Giroux is an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Hawaii Pacific University. Originally from Ohio, Dr. Giroux graduated with her MSW from HPU in 2010. Following completion of her MSW she moved to Alaska to complete her PhD in Clinical-Community Psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage. While in Alaska she worked on state wide suicide prevention efforts with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and completed her clinical internship with Norton Sound Behavior Health in Nome. After graduating with her doctorate in 2017 Dr. Giroux worked in Ohio as an assistant professor of social work and served as a regional director for the Ohio NASW. Dr. Giroux is licensed as an LSW in Hawaii and her clinical theoretical orientation is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Dr. Giroux’s dissertation and subsequent research has focused on sexual assault survivorship in rural areas. Dr. Giroux’s research interests include research interests include substance abuse prevention, suicide prevention and sexual assault prevention and post-vention. Dr. Giroux comes from a rural area and has experience providing clinical services and conducting research in rural areas. Dr, Giroux is currently a member of the Society for Community Research and Action Rural Interest group. Dr. Giroux is specifically interested in the intersection of these social issues and rural communities. In her free time Dr. Giroux enjoys hiking, snorkeling, and traveling.

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