Curtis Fox, PhD, University of Tennessee, 1997
Department Chair and Associate Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences, Program Director of MA in Family Studies; family life education, marital relations, family diversity, families in crisis, and adolescent development, and Program Director of the PhD Program in Family Studies.
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Winetta Baker, PhD, Loma Linda University
Ian Chand, PhD, Pennsylvania State University, 1980
Dianna Lynne Connors, MA, Western Michigan University, 1978
Clinical Instructor in Marital and Family Therapy.
Brian Distelberg, PhD, Michigan State University, 2009
Assistant Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences: quantitative methodology, statistics, organizational systems, structural equation modeling, hierarchical linear modeling, social network analysis.
Douglas Huenergardt, PhD, Northwestern University, 1967
Counseling and Family Sciences Department Associate Chair, Program Director of DMFT, Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences and AAMFT-approved supervisor; competency-based family therapy, couples therapy, family therapy program design and evaluation, and family and community systemic practice.
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Carmen Knudson-Martin, PhD, University of Southern California, 1987
Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences; Program Director of the PhD in Marital and Family Therapy and an AAMFT-approved supervisor; qualitative research, family systems theory, gender, health, and social context.
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Michelle Minyard-Widmann, MS, University of La Verne, 1994
Assistant Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences; Program Director of the Child Life Specialist M.S. degree, Certified Child Life Specialist; child development, stress and coping, grief and loss.
Mary E. Moline, DrPH, Loma Linda University, 1975, PhD, Brigham Young University, 1979
Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences, Program Director of the MS in Marital and Family Therapy, Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences Program, AAMFT-approved supervisor; treatment of couples, legal and ethical issues, family theory, and group therapy.
Cheryl Simpson, PhD, University of Oregon, 1980
Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences, PPS-credentialed school counselor/psychologist; Program Director of the MS in Counseling; Coordinator of the School Consultation Concentration; licensed education psychologist; counseling psychology and educational psychology, assessment of children, adolescents, and adults, school counseling.
Jackie Williams-Reade, PhD, East Carolina University, 2011
Director of Medical Family Therapy - Certificate Program.
Randall Walker, MS, California State University, Fullerton, 1983
Director of the LLU Counseling and Family Sciences Clinic and Assistant Professor of Counseling and Family Sciences, licensed marriage and family therapist, AAMFT-approved supervisor, solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Craig Lambdin, MS, University of Redlands, 1980
Clinical Instructor of Counseling and Family Sciences; licensed marital and family therapist, Director of MFI Recovery Inc.
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