MSW Coordinator and Associate Professor with Tenure at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Self-compassion and prejudice: An exploratory study
Use of mindfulness and self-compassion in addressing privilege and prejudicial attitudes.
Self-Perceptions of Gender Affirming Care by Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students
after Transgender Clinical Experience (with Greg Robinson)
Crisp, C. (2014). White and lesbian: Intersections of privilege and oppression. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 18 (2), 106-117.
McKinzie, K. & Crisp, C. (2013). Employers’ use of social media for background checks. Business Research Yearbook. International Academy of Business Disciplines, 23 (2).
Crisp, C. (2012). Correlates of homophobia and gay affirmative practice in rural practitioners. Journal of Rural and Community Psychology, 15 (1). Available at http://www.marshall.edu/JRCP/V15%20N1/15.1%20Crisp%20Ready.pdf
Crisp, C. & DiNitto, D. M. (2012). Addressing substance abuse among gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. In D. M. DiNitto & C. A. McNeece (Eds.), Social work: Issues and opportunities in a challenging profession (4th ed.), (pp. 336—353). Boston, MA: Pearson.
Padilla, Y.C., Crisp, C., & Rew, D. L. (2010). Parental Acceptance and Illegal Drug Use among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Adolescents: Results from a National Survey. Social Work, 55 (3), 266-275.
Koenig, T. L. & Crisp, C. (2008). Ethical issues in practice with older women who misuse substances. Substance Use & Misuse, 43 (8), 1045 – 1061.
Crisp, C., Wayland, S., & Gordon. T. (2008). Older gay, lesbian, and bisexual adults: Tools for age-competent and gay affirmative practice. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 20 (1/2), 5 – 29.
Bailey, G., Onken, S., Crisp, C., & Sloan, L. (2007). Social work practice with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. In D. M. DiNitto & C. A. McNeece (Eds.), Social work: Issues and opportunities in a challenging profession (3rd ed.), (pp. 121—143). Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books.
Crisp, C. & McCave, E. L. (2007). Gay affirmative practice: A model for social work practice with gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 24 (4) 403–421.
Crisp, C. (2007). Gay affirmative practice: Knowledge, attitudes, and skills for social work practice with gay and lesbian clients (online teaching module). Washington, DC: Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors. Available http://www.bpdonline.org/site/indexer/178/content.htm
Crisp, C. (2006). Correlates of homophobia and use of gay affirmative practice among social workers. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 14 (4), 119 – 143.
Crisp, C. (2006). The Gay Affirmative Practice Scale (GAP): A new measure for assessing cultural competency with gay and lesbian clients. Social Work, 51 (2), 115 – 126.
Crisp, C. (2005). Homophobia and use of gay affirmative practice in a sample of social workers and psychologists. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 18 (1), 51 – 70.
Van Den Bergh, N. & Crisp, C. (2004). Defining culturally competent practice with sexual minorities: Implications for social work education and practice. Journal of Social Work Education, 40 (2), 221 – 238.
DiNitto, D. M., & Crisp, C. (2004). Alcohol use disorders and disabilities module. In Social work education for the prevention and treatment of alcohol use disorders. Washington, DC: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Available at http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/Social/ContentsList.html
Crisp, C. (Spring 2004). Gay affirmative practice: A model of treatment with substance abusing gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered clients. Issues of Substance (The newsletter of the NASW ATOD Section), 9 (1), 1, 10 – 11.
Crisp, C. & DiNitto, D. M. (2004). Substance abuse treatment with sexual minorities. In C. A. McNeece & D. M. DiNitto, Chemical dependency: A systems approach (3rd ed.), (pp. 401 – 422). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
Padilla, Y. C. and Crisp, C. (2003). Gays and lesbians in American society: Policy and practice issues. In T. B. Bent-Goodley and K. E. Davis (Eds.), Teaching social policy: Model course outlines and modules (pp. 135 – 143). Washington, DC: Council on Social Work Education.
DiNitto, D. M., & Crisp, C. (2002). Addiction and women with major psychiatric disorders. In L. A. Straussner & S. Brown (Eds.), The handbook of addiction treatment for women: Theory and practice (pp. 423 – 450). San Francisco: Jossey Bass.
Crisp, C. (2002). Selected characteristics of research on lesbian women: 1995-1997. Journal of Homosexuality, 44(1), 139 – 155.
Crisp, C. (1996) . Dual diagnosis: Substance abuse and mental health in an inpatient setting. In L. Grobman (Ed.), Days in the lives of social workers (pp. 121 – 126). Harrisburg, PA: White Hat Communications.
College of Education and Health Professions Dean’s Award: April 2017
National Association of Social Workers Arkansas Chapter Lifetime Achievement Award: March 2017
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Students Affected by the Military Service to Veterans Award: November 2015
UA Little Rock GRAD Advising Award: April 2013, 2015, 2018
UA Little Rock Adult Student Advocacy Program Faculty Mentor Award: Spring 2011
National Association of Social Workers Arkansas Chapter Presidential Award for Outstanding Service: April 2010