Dr. Michele Haley currently works at a Bay Area domestic violence agency and as a supervisor for first year graduate students. She has taught as an adjunct and guest lecturer at the graduate level, and her clinical experiences range from forensic to partial hospital to numerous school-based settings. She has worked intensively toward designing, facilitating, and co-facilitating 19 types of therapy groups and creating and facilitating psychoeducational workshops designed with the community at heart.
Her research background includes studying women's issues, body image, 5150's, and traffic safety. Her dissertation was awarded a scholarship by the American Psychological Association (Division 35), for shedding light on the ways that gender inequalities are maintained in leadership roles, including political office. Her current interests center around translating empirical verification into community based initiatives and strength-based.