- B.A. in Psychology, University of Kentucky
- M.S. and Ph.D. in Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University
- AAMFT, Clinical Fellow and Qualified Supervisor
When I’m away from the classroom, I enjoy:
- Traveling with my family
- Watching our daughter play soccer or do gymnastics
- Families caring for an aging member
- Attachment styles and relationship dynamics
- Parent-child dynamics
- Infertility and infant loss
Scholarly Work and Publications:
- A Qualitative Analysis of Enlisting Formal Care Services for Families Facing Alzheimer’s (dissertation)
- Peer Reviewer for the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy
What courses do you teach at TFC?
- Research in Marriage and Family Therapy
- Assessment in Marriage and Family Therapy
- Theories in Marriage and Family Therapy
When did you begin teaching at TFC?
People might be interested to know:
I am a huge fan of the water (boating, swimming, canoeing, etc.).
What is your favorite aspect of teaching at TFC?
It is an honor to combine my love of marriage and family therapy with Christian principles to guide students in making an impact in relationships. I also love the flexibility that comes from online learning.
“People won’t remember what you said. People won’t even remember what you did. But, people will always remember the way you made them feel.” ~Maya Angelou