Jerome F. Adams, Ph.D.,
(Purdue University). Professor and director of the Couple and Family Therapy Program. Interests: family therapy process research, adolescent drug abuse, family assessment, and family therapy training and supervision. Rhode Island Licensed Psychologist; member American Psychological Association, Division 43; clinical member and approved supervisor AAMFT.
Tiffani Kisler, Ph.D.,
(Arizona State University). Assistant professor. Interests: sex therapy, human sexuality and couples therapy. Clinical member and supervisor candidate AAMFT; member National Council for Family Relations; International Association of Relationship Research; The Society for Scientific Study of Sexuality.
Jacqueline Sparks, Ph.D., (Nova Southeastern University). Associate professor. Interests: Client-directed, outcome informed therapy, community and family based services, brief and postmodern applications to client-directed change. Florida Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; clinical member and approved supervisor AAMFT.
Gina MacLure, M.S., (University of Rhode Island). Coordinator of Family Therapy Clinic.
Phillip Clark, Sc.D. (Harvard University). Professor and Director, Program in Gerontology. Interests: geriatric health promotion, comparative health care policy, ethical issues in caring for the elderly, interdisciplinary health care teams, and aging and developmental disabilities/mental retardation. Member, Gerontological Society of America; Canadian Association on Gerontology; Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.
Barbara M. Newman, Ph.D. (University of Michigan). Professor. Interests: lifespan development, adolescent-parent relationships, theories of human development, psychosocial theory, and parent involvement and its relationship to academic achievement.