Dr. Covington spoke on a panel at the "Trauma-Informed Approaches in School: Supporting Girls of Color and Rethinking Discipline" conference hosted by The White House Council on Women and Girls, together with the US Dept of Eduction, the Georgetwon Law Center on Poverty and Inequality, and The National Crittenton Foundation. (September 2016)
The Number of Women in Jail Is Up 1,260%—What Are They Doing Wrong? (Marie Claire, August 2016)
Stephanie Covington: Pioneering a Woman’s Way to Recovery. (December 2015)
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Dr. Covington presented Inspiration from Faraway Places: What We Can Learn from Other Countries at the Adult and Juvenile Female Offenders Conference.
Iceland update on Dr. Covington (October 2015)
Stephanie Covington and Edwina Grosvenor took part in a very special naming session at the Nelson Trust in Stroud (October 2015). For additional information about the Naming of the Covington House in the United Kingdom, please visit www.stephaniecovington.com.
Women Inmates: Why the Male Model Doesn’t Work. As the number of women inmates soars, so does the need for policies and programs that meet their needs (The New York Times, June 2014).
Why Prison Isn't Working for Women. Psychologist Stephanie Covington believes understanding trauma can help staff appreciate that women in jail can be victims too (The Guardian, April 2014).
A Court’s All-Hands Approach Aids Girls Most at Risk (The New York Times, January 28, 2014)
William White's 2014 interview with Dr. Stephanie Covington (January 2014)