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PO Box 318
Mount Shasta, CA 96067-0318
phone: 530 784-0416


New York State Licensed Psychologist #9968
National Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor #837


Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology (Counseling Psychology), 1981. Minors: Experimental Psychopathology and Human Development and Family Studies. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Master of Arts in Counseling and Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education, 1977. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Bachelor of Science in Sociology (with Distinction), 1973. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.


Social Norms Expert Consultant. Prevention First, Springfield, IL. Provide monthly expert consultation to prevention staff in high schools implementing the social norms approach. 2003- present.

Independent Consultant. Provide training and consultation to institutions of higher education, public health departments, the military, and communities. 1996-present.

Highly Qualified Expert for the Department of the Navy. Advisor to the Navy and Marine Corps for sexual assault prevention. 2010-2011

Editor. The Report on Social Norms. 2001-2006.

Student Affairs Staff Development Consultant (Part-time). Wheaton College, Norton, MA. Faculty, staff and student leadership development and training. 1996-2000.

Scholar in Residence and Visiting Assistant Professor in Counselor Education (Part-time). University of Scranton. Scranton, PA. Faculty, staff and student leadership development and training. Development of special programs. 1997-1998.

Counseling Center Director and Assistant Professor of Psychology. Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY 14456. Supervision and management of a college counseling center with a multi-disciplinary staff of four professional psychotherapists and interns. Individual and group psychotherapy with students, crisis intervention, assessment, consultation with faculty and administration, outreach. 1989 – 1996.

Clinical/Counseling Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Psychology. Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Geneva, NY. 14456 February 1979 - December 1988.

Psychotherapist. Family and Children's Service, Ithaca, NY. January 1978 . February 1979. Psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and families. Caseworker for adoption studies.


Emory University
Florida State University
Gonzaga University
Kent State University
Northern State University
Ohio University
Rochester Institute of Technology
University of California at San Diego
University of Georgia
University of Southern California
University of Virginia
Virginia Alcohol Beverage Commission
Washington State University
University of Washington


United States National Guard
United States Air Force
United States Army
United States Marine Corps
United States Navy


Outstanding Alcohol Prevention and Education Initiative,
American College Personnel Association, 2002

Migel Garcia-Tunon Memorial Award in Human Dignity,
American College Health Association, 2001

Harry Cannon Outstanding Contribution to Men’s Issues Award,
American College Personnel Association, 2000

Fellow, American College Health Association, 1999

Outstanding Service Award, Network of Colleges and Universities

Committed to the Elimination of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, 1999

Eta Sigma Gamma National Honor Society, 1973


American Counseling Association
American College Health Association
American College Personnel Association
American Psychological Association
Association for Transpersonal Psychology
Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors (1989-1996)
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators


Planning Committee, National Sexual Violence Prevention Conference, Centers for Disease Control (1999-2004)

Advisory Panelist, Centers for Disease Control

Trainer, National Coalition Building Institute

Mental Health Section Chair (1992-1993), American College Health Association.

Manuscript Reviewer, Health Education Research (1988), Rural Sociology (1986),
   Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1989-1995), Journal of American College
   Health (2003), Journal of Applied Psychology (2001-2004), Psychology and Health, (2004),
   Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Men and Masculinity, Journal of Consumer Behavior.

Field Reader (1987.1988), Drug Prevention Program and Lecture Program, Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, (FIPSE), United States Department of Education.

Consulting Editor, Journal of American College Health (1987-1993)


University Meeting. Centers for Disease Control, Division of Adolescent and School Health, 1994.
Taskforce on National Health Objectives for the Year 2000, American College Health Association, 1990-1995.
Rape Prevention Meeting. National Center for Injury Prevention and Control and National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. 1995.
Applied Research Committee: Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse in Higher Education, Department of Education. 1989.
Board of Advisors: Campus Safety and Student Development. 2000-2005.
Advisory Board Member, The Higher Education Center, 2002-2006
Board Member, End Violence Against Women International (EVAW), 2003 – 2010.
Board Member, National Social Norms Institute, 2007-2010
Board Member, Student Success, 2008-present


Men and Rape: Theory, Research and Prevention Programs in Higher Education. New Directions for Student Services #65, San Francisco: Jossey Bass (1994)

Sexual Assault in Context: Teaching College Men about Gender. (with Christopher Kilmartin) Mahwah, NJ. Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates (2005).

Response-Ability: A Complete Guide to Bystander Intervention. Chicago: Beck and Company. (2009).


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Preventing Sexual Aggression among College Men: An Evaluation of a Social Norms and Bystander Intervention Program. (2011). Violence Against Women: 17(6): 720-742 (with Christine Gidycz and Lindsay Orchowski).

How College Men Feel about Being Men and "Doing the Right Thing." (2011). Chapter 10 in: TL. Davis and J. Laker: Masculinities in Higher Education: Theoretical and Practical Implications. Routledge, Kegan & Paul Publishers ).

Campus Based Sexual Assault Prevention: Perspectives and Recommendations from Program Facilitators. (2011). Ch. 17 P. Pasque and S Nicholson: in Empowering Women in Higher Education and Student Affairs: Theory, Research, Narratives and Practice from Feminist Perspectives. ACPA Stylus Publishing, Sterling, VA (with Lindsay Orchowski, Eric Zimak, Troy Robinson, Justin Reeder, Ryan Rhoades and Christine Gidycz).

Fostering Healthy Norms to Prevent Violence and Abuse: The Social Norms Approach. (2010). Chapter 8 in Keith Kaufman, Ed: The Prevention of Sexual Violence: A Practitioner's Sourcebook, NEARI Press.

Lonsway, KA; Banyard, VL; Berkowitz, AD; Gidycz, CA; Katz JT; Koss, MP; Schewe, PA; Ullman, SE. (2009). Rape Prevention and Risk Reduction: Review of the Research Literature for Practitioners. Applied Research Forum: National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women. (with KA Lonsway, VL Banyar, CA Gidycz, JT Katz, MP Koss, PA Schewe and SE Ullman).

An interview with Alan Berkowitz. (2007). In C. Kilmartin and J. Allison (Eds). Men's Violence Against Women: Theory, Research and Activism. Mahwah, NJ. Lawrence Erlbaum. P. 190-197.

Berkowitz, A. (2007). Overcoming the obstacles to campus safety: Developing a comprehensive approach to prevention. Academic Impressions. Available from or

Coming Out to My Homophobia and Heterosexism: Lessons Learned in the Journey of An Ally. (2005). Chapter 3 (p 29-34) in: JM Croteau, JS Lark, MA Lidderdale, and YB Chung, (Eds). Deconstructing Heterosexism in the Counseling Professions: Multicultural Narrative Voices. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications.

Working with Men to Prevent Violence Against Women (2004: In two parts), Part 1: An Overview, and Part II: Program Modalities and Formats. National Resource Center on Domestic Violence Electronic Network Applied Research Forum (VAWnet): (2004).

An Overview of the Social Norms Approach. (2004). Chapter 13 (p.187-208) in L Lederman, L Stewart, F Goodhart and L Laitman (Eds). Changing the Culture of College Drinking: A Socially Situated Prevention Campaign, Hampton Press.

The Social Norms Approach: Theory, Research and Annotated Bibliography. (2004). Posted on the HEC Social Norms website

Alcohol. (2004). In Michael Kimmel and Amy Aronson (Eds). Men and Masculinities: A Social, Cultural and Historical Encyclopedia. (Vol 1: p 17-18), Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO, Sexual Assault Prevention. In Michael Kimmel and Amy Aronson (Eds). Men and Masculinities: A Social,Cultural and Historical Encyclopedia. (Vol 2: p 419-420), Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO.

Social Norms, Body Image, and Problem Eating. (2004). The Report on Social Norms, 4(3):1-3, Little Falls, NJ: PaperClip Communications. (available at

Engaging Men as Social Justice Allies in Ending Violence Against Women: Evidence for a Social Norms Approach. (2003). Journal of American College Health. 52(3):105-112. (with Patricia Fabiano, H Wesley Perkins, Jeff Linkenbach, and Christopher Stark).

Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnerships with Schools. (2003). Building Partnerships to End Men's Violence (BPI) Online Discussion Series and Seminar Papers. San Francisco, Family Violence Prevention Fund. Posted at: (with Peter Jaffe, Dean Peacock, Barri Rosenbluth and Carole Sousa).

The Social Norms Approach to Violence Prevention. Case Study #4 (2003). In: Young Men as Allies in Preventing Violence and Abuse: Building Effective Partnerships with Schools. Building Partnerships to End Men's Violence (BPI) Online Discussion Series and Seminar Papers. San Francisco, Family Violence Prevention Fund. Posted at:

Applications of Social Norms Theory to Other Health and Social Justice Issues. (2003). Chapter 16 (p 257-279) in HW Perkins (Ed), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse. San Francisco, Jossey Bass.

Fostering Men's Responsibility for Preventing Sexual Assault.(2002). Chapter 7 (p 163-196) in Paul A. Schewe. (Ed). Preventing Intimate Partner Violence: Developmentally Appropriate Interventions Across the Lifespan. Washington, American Psychological Press.

Critical Elements of Sexual-Assault Prevention and Risk-Reduction Programs for Men and Women. (2001). Chapter 3 (p 77-98) in C. Kilmartin, Sexual Assault in Context, Teaching College Men About Gender, Holmes Beach, FL, Learning Publications.

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Invited and Keynote Addresses
Professional Conference Presentations
Consultations Provided to Colleges and Universities
Research Awards

Consultations Provided to Governmental and State Agencies and Non-Profit Organizations

American College Health Association*
Centers for Disease Control*
Children of Alcoholics Foundation
Community of Christ
Department of Education
Education Development Center*
End Violence Against Women International
FCD Foundation*
Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault
Men Can Stop Rape
National Coalition Building Institute
National Collegiate Athletic Association
National Guard of the United States
New Mexico Coalition Against Sexual Assault
North Carolina Department of Health
Oklahoma Department of Health
Outside the Classroom
Peer Solutions
Pittsburg Action Against Rape
Prevention First*
RAINN (Rape Assault Incest National Network)
Student Success
United States Air Force*
United States Army*
United States Marine Corps*
United States Navy*
Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Board
White Ribbon Campaign*
Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan

* More than one consultation

Consultations and Conference Presentations Provided to State Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Coalitions

New Mexico
New Jersey
North Carolina
South Dakota

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