- Associate Professor
- Department of Family Social Science
- College of Education and Human Development
Liz Wieling is an award-winning researcher and professor interested in intervention models for marginalized and disenfranchised families in the United States and abroad. Her work spans from the classroom, to the Minnesota community, to overseas investigations in countries such as Uganda, Mexico and Iraq. She is a member of Victim’s Voice, an international nonprofit that promotes the mental health of victims of war and violence, and serves on the Board of Directors for Center de Investigación Familiar A.C., located in Monterey, Mexico. Dr. Wieling earned a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies – Marriage and Family Therapy from Iowa State University
Articles by Elizabeth Wieling, Ph.D.
In 2016, the world’s displaced population reached record levels at more than 65 million people. Half of that number are children, many of whom are unaccompanied. The majority of displaced […]
I have been working with vivo (Victim’s Voice) for more than 12 years. Our mission is to overcome and prevent traumatic stress and its consequences within the individual and the […]