Dr. Carr specializes in gender violence, campus acquaintance rape, intimate partner violence and rape prevention strategies. She developed a national White Paper on Campus Violence and was lead consultant on a project funded by the CDC on campus sexual assault prevention. Her publications appear in national journals, book chapters and a women’s studies anthology. Her scholarly work focuses on male risk factors for sexual violence and innovative group treatment for sexual assault survivors in a college setting. Dr. Carr is currently writing a book on rape as a strategy of domination and control in society, where she analyzes the socio-political underpinnings of rape and patterns of rape in marriage, families, prison, college, war, sex trafficking, and other key institutions in society. Dr. Carr teaches psychological perspectives on gender; sex, love and intimacy; and a seminar on gender violence. She is a licensed psychologist and therapist, with specialties in college mental health, women’s issues, sexuality and eating disorders. She received her masters and Ph.D. degrees in psychology at Florida State University and her undergraduate degree at the University of Miami.