Jacki Booth, Ph.D.
I am a full-time lecturer in the Department of Child and Family Development. I teach undergraduate courses in family studies, human development, family relationships, family violence, and conflict resolution. I am a certified mediator for conflict resolution and an advocate for victim’s rights with a focus on trauma informed care. My current research involves the biosocial aspect of attachment in long term relationships (relationship senescence). I am also interested in multicultural studies and the impact of Study Abroad experiences for adult learners.Read More…
I enjoy international travel for both work and for pleasure. My number one pass time, both at home and abroad, is hiking. I enjoy it most when I am hiking with my #1 partner, my German Shepherd, Kona. I try to keep a regular gym routine and enjoy reading in my spare time. Sewing and crocheting find their way into my hectic schedule when I feel the need to be creative.
- Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Professional School of Psychological Studies, 1991
- M.S. Counseling Psychology, San Diego State University, 1988
- B.A. Psychology, San Diego State University, 1985
- Roberts, T. W., Booth, J., & Beach, S. (2016). Relationship senescence: Biosocial factors affecting relationships. The Family Journal, 24(3), 247-255.
- Social and Interpersonal Violence
- Conflict Resolution & Mediation
- Risk & Resilience
- Multicultural Impact of Study Abroad
- Mediator I Certificate - National Conflict Resolution Center
- CFD 370 - Research Methods
- CFD 437 - Violence in Relationships
- ED 450 - Study Abroad
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