Fielding Graduate University

Fielding Graduate University

2020 De la Vina, 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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Allen Cornelius, PhD

Allen Cornelius, PhD

Faculty Research Specialist - Clinical Psychology

Using humor to teach research and counseling skills

Research Methods Statistics Sport Psychology and Performance Enhancement Youth Development and Performance Enhancement Youth Development Through Sport Interdisciplinarity Humor and Psychotherapy Teaching Statistics

Gerard Costa, Ph.D.

Gerard Costa, Ph.D.

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

Committed to professional "formation" in student development, with emphasis on "ways of knowing", "ways of doing" and "ways of being."

Infant Mental Health Developmental Approaches to Autism Impact of Exposure to Trauma and Violence on Children Interpersonal Neurobiology Professional Formation (Development/Education) Philosophy of Science and Evaluation of Evidence Relationship-based Intervention and the Power of Affect

Jenene W. Craig, Ph.D., MBA, OTR/L, CNT

Jenene W. Craig, Ph.D., MBA, OTR/L, CNT

Program Director - Infant & Early Childhood Development - School of Psychology

Neonatal health; Collaborative, progressive leadership & management with clinical experience in non-profit higher education

Neonatal Intensive Care Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Trauma-Informed Care Infant and Early Childhood Development Parent-Infant Attachment

Margaret A. Cramer, Ph.D., ABPP

Margaret A. Cramer, Ph.D., ABPP

Professor Emerit - Clinical Psychology

Psychodynamics; PTSD and substance abuse; Women, trauma and addiction.

History and Systems of Psychology Theories of Personality Psychopathology Health Psychology Psychoanalytic and Neoanalytic Theory and Psychotherapy Personality Disorders Mood Disorders Integration of Theory and Technique Transference / Countertransference Clinical Supervision Consultation Psychotherapy Process Parallel Process and Systems Theory Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

John Dedrick, Ph.D.

John Dedrick, Ph.D.

Faculty Fellow - School of Leadership Studies

Deliberative politics; Political and social theory; Public policy; Civic engagement; Teaching innovations.

Research design and qualitative methods Political and social theory Civil Society American philanthropy American Politics International Politics

Jay Dill, Ph.D.

Jay Dill, Ph.D.

Associate Faculty - Psychology

Social Psychologist and Consciousness Studies Researcher

Research Methods and Statistics Neural Substrates of Mental States Consciousness Studies Social Psychology Philosophical Topics such as Self and Free Will

Anna DiStefano, Ed.D.

Anna DiStefano, Ed.D.

Provost Emerita

Social Justice; Women’s Empowerment; Higher Ed. Accreditation

Accreditation Gender Empowerment Qualitative Research Action Research Methods Structural Inequality and Diversity Changing Higher Education Faculty Governance in Higher Education

Sanford Drob, Ph.D.

Sanford Drob, Ph.D.

Professor Emerit - Clinical Psychology

Philosopher & Forensic Psychologist

Psychological Assessment Forensic Psychology Philosophy of Psychology History and Systems of Psychology Psychology and Religion Mysticism and Psychology Humanistic/Existential Psychology Dissociation and Hysteria Jungian Thought

Keith Earley, Ph.D.

Keith Earley, Ph.D.

Public Trustee

Principal of consulting firm focusing on leadership coaching, team building, diversity and inclusion strategies, organization effectiveness.

Diversity & Inclusion Corporate Law Employee Benefits Hr Policies Diversity Employment Law Organizational Development

Jenny Edwards, Ph.D.

Jenny Edwards, Ph.D.

Professor Emerita - School of Leadership Studies

Invitational Education, Cognitive Coaching, Nonverbal Communication

Action-Orientated Research Capacity Building Child Development Community Relations Creativity and Problem Solving Critical Reading and Writing Forces of Motivation Human Development in Context Interpersonal Communication and Collaboration Leadership and Change Management Theories Oral and Digital Communication Program Evaluation, Theories and Application Qualitative Data Analysis Theories of Learning Adaptive Schools Cognitive Coaching Invitational Education Neuro-Linguistic Programming Nonverbal Communication Reflective Thinking Teacher Efficacy and Empowerment Thought Field Therapy

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