Fielding Graduate University

Fielding Graduate University Fielding Graduate University

2020 De la Vinta, Santa Barbara, CA, US

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Fielding Graduate University is an accredited nonprofit leader in blended graduate education, combining face‐to‐face and online learning. Our programs offer quality degrees and courses for professionals living and working around the world. Fielding’s faculty members represent a breadth of scholarship and practice within the fields of clinical and media psychology, human and organizational development, and educational leadership. Faculty are mentors and guides to self‐directed students who use their skills to become powerful and socially responsible leaders in their communities, workplaces, and society.

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Laura Thompson, PhD

Laura Thompson, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology

Effects of womb environment and maternal social factors on Infant learning; Effects of stress on cognition in infants and adults

Stress Self-Regulation Attention Working Memory Infant Learning Neuroendocrine Functioning Human Development

Teresa Thompson, PhD

Teresa Thompson, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - Media Psychology

Equal rights and nondiscrimination of people with disabilities; Abuse and developmental disabilities; Guardianship laws and practices reform

Foundations of Research Video Modeling Single-Case Research Abuse and Developmental Disabilities Meta-Analysis Spss Software for Quantitative Data Analysis Spss Software for Qualitative Data Analysis

Regina Tuma, PhD

Regina Tuma, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology

Media psychology is the future of psychology—Without it, we would not be able to understand social media as constructed and lived realities.

Psychology of Social Media Social Media Research Psychology of Big Data Mind and Technology Critical Media Psychology Social Psychology History of Psychology History of Media Psychology

Connie Veazey, PhD

Connie Veazey, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology

Trauma impact specialist

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Trauma Recovery Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Health Psychology

Gina Veloni, PhD

Gina Veloni, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - Infant & Early Childhood Development - School of Psychology

Utilizing RS and IMH principles to support the multi-complexities of systems and families in communities

Infant Mental Health Consultation and Training Reflective Supervision Consultation and Training

Mary Jean Vignone, PhD

Mary Jean Vignone, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

Organizational Development professional and innovative strategic consultant with proven ability to assess organizational needs

Leadership Development Organizational Change Strategic Planning Nonprofit Leadership

James Vivian, PhD

James Vivian, PhD

Faculty Research Specialist - School of Psychology

Health practices and health literacy in ethnic groups and underserved groups; study of liability scales as they relate to criminal behavior

Introductory and Advanced Statistics Advanced Spss Power Analysis The Analysis of Moderation and Mediation Structural Equation Modeling Research Methods Action Research Behavioural Health Communication Diversity and Social Justice Gender Issues Globalization Human Development and Learning Law and Forensics Media Studies Neuropsychology Organization Development Psychodynamics and Personality Testing Assessment Violence and Trauma

Gary Wagenheim, PhD

Gary Wagenheim, PhD

Board Vice Chair

Prominent educator in training and development for organizational and individual change

Organizational Behavior Executive Development Programs Leadership Coaching Interpersonal Skills

G. Scott Wakefield, PhD, ACC

G. Scott Wakefield, PhD, ACC

Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

Evidence based coaching and training for 25 years in leader development, change, and human interaction

Organizational Leadership Coaching and Training in Leader Development, Change, and Human Interaction

Mary G. Warren, PhD, IMH-E(IV-P)

Mary G. Warren, PhD, IMH-E(IV-P)

Doctoral Faculty - Infant & Early Childhood Development - School of Psychology

Learn to use your powerful voice to advocate for services/funding/policies for infants/toddlers and families!

Advocacy for Young Children and Their Families Infant Mental Health Infant Mental Health Endorsement Culture and Child Rearing

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