Dr. Claypool served on the Task Force to Give Guidance on Addressing Sexual Assault of the American College Health Association, which included publication of a position statement, guidelines on sexual assault prevention, and the following toolkit: Addressing Sexual and Relationship Violence: A Trauma Informed Approach. He is a recipient of the Ruth E. Boynton Award for Distinguished Service to the American College Health Association in 2018. You can also find him on Dr. Ludy Green's podcast, Ending Domestic Abuse on Spotify.
Dr. Claypool has worked with many men's athletic teams in integrating sexual respect into their team's core values.
Dr. Claypool believes we all play a part in ending interpersonal and sexual violence and that for far too long women and gender fluid individuals have carried far too much of the burden for creating positive change. He is passionate about helping organizations like colleges and universities, fraternities, and sport and athletic teams find ways to engage men in dialogue about ending interpersonal and sexual violence.