Josephine G. Pryce, PhD

Dr. Josephine PryceAssociate Professor

Degrees:

  • BSW, Our Lady of the Lake University
  • MSW, Our Lady of the Lake University
  • PhD, University of California-Berkeley

Areas of Interest and Expertise:  

  • Social work with military families and veterans
  • Primary and secondary trauma in helping professionals

Emailjpryce@sw.ua.edu

Phone:  (205) 348-5405


Publications:

  • Pryce, J. (2013).  Book review.  [Book review of Treating young veterans: Promoting resilience through practice and advocacy, edited by D.C. Kelly, S. Howe-Barksdale, &  D. Gitelson].  Families in Society, 94.  doi:10.1606/1945-1350.4295.
  • Pryce, J.G., Pryce, D.H., & Shackelford, K.K. (2012). The costs of courage: Combat stress, warriors, and family survival. Chicago, Lyceum Books, Inc.
  • Pryce, J.G., Shackelford, K.K., & Pryce, D.H. (2007). Secondary traumatic stress and the child welfare professional: Training manual. Chicago: Lyceum Books.
  • Pryce, J.G., Shackelford, K.K., & Pryce, D.H.  (2007). Secondary traumatic stress and the child welfare system. Chicago: Lyceum.
  • Simon, C. E., Pryce, J.G., Roff, L.L., & Klemmack, D.  (2006). Secondary traumatic stress and oncology social work: Protecting compassion from fatigue and compromising the worker’s worldview.  Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 23(4), 1-14.