Child Development & Family Relations
       Featured Faculty and Staff --- Dr. Mark White
Associate Professor, Child Development and Family Relations

Courses Taught:
CDFR 4313: Trends and Issues in Family Studies
CDFR 6415-17: Family Therapy Practicum
CDFR 6425: Assessment and Treatment Planning in Family Therapy
CDFR 7007: Statistics in Child/Family Studies
CDFR 7400: Research Methods in Child/Family Studies
CDFR 8400: Advanced Research Methods in Medical Family Therapy
CDFR 8404-6: Medical Family Therapy Practicum

Research and Personal Interests:
Research: Family therapy assessment, clinical process, and outcomes. Couples and families living with chronic illness.  Biophilia.  Animal-assisted therapies.  Coping with brain injury.  Families and technology.

Personal: Hiking, motorcycles, reading, movies, music, & cooking.

Education:
BA Brigham Young University Family Studies (minor: Analytical Thinking)
MS Brigham Young University Marriage and Family Therapy
PhD Kansas State University Human Ecology (Specialization: Marriage and Family Therapy)

What City, State, or Country are you originally from?
Auburn, Washington

Some type of quote you live by:
It’s got to be a pretty amazing meeting to be better than no meeting.

Something interesting about yourself?
Would love to write a series of children’s stories about a gifted chicken.

 

     
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