I complete research aimed at surfacing the voice of marginalised groups on topics such as the homeless, mens and health, family violence, mental ill health, sexual abuse of males, fathering, sexual health;.
- Location: Nelson
- Qualifications: Masters Degree
- Ethnic Groups: Other
- Area of Expertise: Family Violence & Abuse, Children & Youth, Families/ Whānau & Parenting, Health & Wellbeing, Housing & Homelessness, Mental Health
- Mobile: 0277337663
- Key Publications: Mitchell, D. & Chapman, P. (2018). The word from the street: The views of homeless men on a supportive pathway forward. A project funded by Internal Affairs. Mitchell, D. & Chapman, P. (2017). Why aren't men more active in supporting family violence campaigns. A project commissioned by Te Rito, Nelson. Mitchell, D. (2016). Men and parenthood: Results and impressions from five research projects. Report/video commissioned by Male Room Inc.Mitchell, D. (2015). Good practice guidelines for "mainstream" crisis support services responding to sexual violence perpetrated against adults - Round Two – Working with Men. Published report commissioned by Toah-Nnest.Mitchell, D. & Chapman, P. (2010). Pathways through parental separation: The experiences of a group of non-resident fathers. A report commissioned by the Families Commission.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org