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       PhD in Medical Family Therapy -- Alumni Spotlight

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Dan Marlowe
Dr. Marlowe is currently the Director of Behavioral Health for the Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine in Lillington, NC. Dr. Marlowe is responsible for the psychosocial well-being of Campbell’s medical students, health professional students, graduate students, and faculty at their Health Sciences campus as well as on main campus.
Patrick Meadors
Dr. Meadors is the Psychosocial Oncology Manager at the Levine Cancer Institute within Carolinas Healthcare System. Following graduation, Dr. Meadors joined a radiation oncology practice in Ocala, FL and developed an integrated psychosocial model of care for their patients over a four county region. Additionally, he was adjunct faculty member at the University of Florida and Assistant Professor at Pfeiffer University. He served as the President of the Unit Operating Board in Marion County, FL for the American Cancer Society and received the Hope Award for exemplary volunteer services that improved quality of life for cancer patients.  He has multiple publications in the area of compassion fatigue, secondary traumatic stress, and oncology
Keeley Pratt
Keeley J. Pratt, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Sciences at The Ohio State University and an Independently Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Dr. Pratt graduated with her doctorate in Medical Family Therapy in 2010, and completed a post-doctoral research fellowship from 2010-2012 at Research Triangle Institute International (RTI) in a Metabolomics and Obesity Signature Program. For the past eight years Dr. Pratt has worked with Pediatric Obesity Treatment Centers.

Jackie Williams Reade
Dr. Williams Reade is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Medical Family Therapy Program at Loma Linda University. Upon graduating from ECU, Dr. Williams Reade was accepted as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. Of her ECU experience, she said, “My time in the ECU MedFT program gave me a broad foundation as well as expertise in opportunities, challenges, and systems related to the greater medical world.”

Kenneth Phelps
Kenneth is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. “The doctoral program (at ECU) allowed me the ability to understand the complexities of the mind, body, family and culture, which I can now pass along to budding psychiatrists and rotating medical students.”




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