I work as a full-time assistant professor at Loyola College (Baltimore, MD). Our department offers master’s degrees in clinical and counseling psychology, as well as the Psy.D degree in an APA-accredited clinical psychology program. I have conducted research on attitudes toward bisexual women and men, and I am currently supervising gradaute student research related to bisexuality. I am available to speak on topics related to bisexuality, particularly on biphobia. Also, I welcome graduate students who are interested in conducting bi-related research. My two main bi-related publications are the following:
Mohr, J. J., Israel, T., & Sedlecek, W. E. (2001). Counselors’ attitudes regarding bisexuality as predictors of counselors’ clinical responses: An analogue study of a female bisexual client. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 48, 212-222.
Mohr, J. J., & Rochlen, A. B. (1999). Measuring attitudes regarding bisexuality in lesbian, gay male, and heterosexual populations. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 46, 353-369.
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