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					                                   CURRICULUM VITAE

                              David Córdova Jr., Ph.D., LLMFT


              Office Address

              University of Miami
              Department of Epidemiology and Public Health
              1425 NW 10th Ave. Suite 310
              Miami, FL 33136
              Tel: (305) 243-6947
              Email: dcordova@med.miami.edu


Academic Background

Doctor of Philosophy, Family and Child Ecology
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 2005 to 2010
Specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy

Masters of Arts, Marriage and Family Therapy
Alliant International University, San Diego, California, 2003 to 2005

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
San Diego State University, San Diego, California, 2001 to 2002

Associate of Arts, Psychology
Southwestern College, Chula Vista, California, 1998 to 2000


Research and Clinical Interests

      Health disparities in Hispanic populations
      Prevention and intervention for Hispanic adolescent HIV, substance abuse and co-morbid
       behaviors
      Cultural adaptation of prevention and early intervention best practices
      Instrument development and culturally appropriate assessment


Research Experience

University of Miami

09/10 to Present      NIDA Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Currently serve as a postdoc
                      fellow responsible for both grant and manuscript preparation and
                     submission. Srving on a randomized controlled trial conducting
                     longitudinal data analysis using latent growth curve modeling.

Behavioral Assessment Inc.

01/09 to 08/10       Research Associate. Served as a research associate responsible
                     for grant proposal preparation and submission, NIH tri-yearly milestone
                     reports, manuscript preparation, data coordination, data analyses and
                     program evaluation.

National Institute of Drug Abuse- Summer Research Training Institute

06/08                NIDA SRTI Fellow. One of ten national recipients to attend the Summer
                     Research Training Institute at the University of Houston. Funded by the
                     National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse, National Institute of
                     Drug Abuse, National Institutes of Health, this training brought in the
                     leading Hispanic researchers on substance abuse and HIV and covered
                     topics from neuroscience and epidemiology to methodology and statistics.

Behavioral Assessment Inc.

01/08- 12/08         Research Intern. Served as a research intern on projects funded by the
                     National Institutes of Health and Substance Abuse and Mental Health
                     Services Administration. Responsibilities included overseeing data
                     collection, project management, data analyst, literature review for future
                     NIH submissions, and manuscript preparation.

Michigan State University

08/06-12/06          Research Assistant. Marsha Carolan, Ph.D., Principal Investigator,
                     Healthy Kids Healthy Families. Participated in an ongoing research
                     project examining health disparities and implementation of an
                     intervention. Participated in translation of intervention materials and
                     transcribing of data.

08/05- 12/06         Research Assistant. José Rubén Parra Cardona, Ph.D., Principal
                     Investigator, Facilitated engagement and recruitment of participants,
                     paying special attention to cultural values. Participated in grant writing
                     and publishing articles. Translated and transcribed data from focus groups.
                     Utilized Grounded Theory in data analyses.

San Diego State University

01/01-01/02          Research Assistant. Audrey Hokoda, Ph.D., Principal Investigator
                     Helping Moms Help Kids. Participated as a research assistant aimed to
                     examine the effectiveness and feasibility of a domestic violence program.
                      Worked with children exhibiting symptoms of PTSD, utilizing play
                      therapy. Administered assessments and helped with transcriptions, coding,
                      and data entry.


Academic-Professional Appointments

Michigan State University

Summer/Fall           Instructor. FCE 442. Ethnic Families in America. Organized and directed
2007                  a classroom with both undergraduate and graduate students. Presented
                      lectures, graded assignments, held office hours, and proctored exams. In
                      addition, mentored a graduate teaching assistant.

01/07- 05/07          Teaching Assistant. FCE 442, Ethnic Families in America. Assisted in
                      organizing and directing a classroom of over 100 students. Presented
                      lectures about contextual concerns specific to ethnic families in America.
                      Maintained office hours to assist students with questions regarding
                      readings, lectures, and other classroom material.

08/06- 12/06          Teaching Assistant. FCE 442, Ethnic Families in America. Managed a
                      classroom of 80 graduate and undergraduate students. Duties included
                      lecturing, hosting office hours for students, proctoring midterms,
                      correcting assignments, and help facilitate group discussion.

08/05- 12/07          Family Therapist. Family and Child Clinic. Implemented therapeutic
                      interventions in treating individuals, couples, and families.

01/08- 06/09          Family Therapist. Sunrise Community Counseling Center. Conducted
                      individual and group therapy with Latina/o clients utilizing an evidence-
                      based prevention intervention. Collected data on a SAMHSA study
                      examining the effectiveness of an evidence-based intervention aimed at
                      reducing risky behaviors for HIV, hepatitis, and substance abuse.

Alliant International University

06/04- 06/05          Family Therapist. First Avenue Counseling Centre. Received training
                      under the supervision of Jay Haley. Facilitated men and women’s
                      domestic violence groups. Implemented therapeutic interventions in
                      treating individuals, couples, families, and groups.

San Diego State University

09/02-12/02           Tutor/Mentor. Montgomery Junior High School. Educated adolescents in
                      math and English. Managed a classroom with 30 students working with
                      students individually as well as in groups.
01/02-05/02          Counseling services. Jacob’s Community Center. Served as a counselor
                     for the Jewish elderly. Assisted with their daily routine.


Grant Proposals

3R01DA025192-02S1                           Prado (PI)           09/20/2010- Present
NIDA/NIH
Familias Unidas Stage III Study: Preventing Substance Abuse in Hispanic Youth
(Funded: $146,878)
Role: Postdoctoral Fellow

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Minority Fellowship Program.
(Funded: $50,000)
Role: Principal Investigator

1R43MD004792-01A109                 Cervantes (PI)               10/01/2009-08/13/2010
NCMHHD/NIH
Development of the Hispanic Stress Inventory-Version 2
(Funded: $132,876)
Role: Project Director

Michigan State University
Verna Lee and John Hildebrand Dissertation Grant
Through the Eyes of Latinas/os with Disabilities who Abuse Substances: A Photovoice Study.
(Funded: $7,000)
Role: Principal Investigator

Michigan State University
Dissertation Completion Grant
(Funded: $6,000)
Role: Principal Investigator

15008                          Cervantes (PI)                    10/01/2008-08/13/2010
SAMHSA
Project SALUD, ARTE, FAMILIA, EDUCACIÓN (SAFE)
(Funded: $250,000)
Role: Co-Evaluator

R44MH073180-02                      Cervantes (PI)            01/01/2008-08/13/2010
NIMH/NIH
Hispanic Stress Inventory Adolescent Immigrant and Non-Immigrant (HSI-A I/NI)
(Funded: $520,355)
Role: Data Coordinator
SP13271                             Cervantes, (PI)
SAMHSA
Substance abuse, HIV and Hepatitis Prevention among Hispanic Youth
(Funded: $250,000)
Role: Clinician and Data Coordinator

California Endowment                 Cervantes, (PI)
Project HEAL
Role: Co-Evaluator

FACT Coalition, MSU                         Parra Cardona (PI)           4/1/2005-12/15/2007
A Collaborative Effort to Enhance Quality of Parenting: Learning from the voices of Latino/a
Parents.
(Funded: $38,000)
Role: Research Assistant

Publications- Refereed Journal Articles

Cervantes, R. C., & Córdova, D. (In press). Life experiences of Hispanic adolescents:
      Developmental and clinical considerations in acculturation stress. Journal of Community
      Psychology. 2009 Impact Factor of 1.048

Tello, J., Cervantes, R. C., Córdova, D., & Santos, S. (2010). Joven Noble: Evaluation
        of a culturally focused youth development program. Journal of Community Psychology,
        38, 799-811. 2009 Impact Factor of 1.048

Córdova, D., & Cervantes, R. C. (2010). Intergroup and within-group perceived discrimination
      among U.S. born and Foreign born Latino youth. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral
      Sciences, 32, 259-274. 2008 Impact Factor of 0.557

Parra-Cardona, J. R., Holtrop, K., Córdova, D., Escobar-Chew, A. R., Horsford, S., Tams, L.,
       et al. (2009). “Queremos Aprender”: Latino immigrants’ call to integrate cultural
       adaptation with best practice knowledge in a parenting intervention. Family Process,
       48(2), 211-231. 2009 Impact Factor of 1.275

Parra-Cardona, J. R., Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., Villarruel, F. A., & Wieling, E. (2008). Shared
       ancestry, evolving stories: Similar and contrasting life experiences described by foreign
       born and U.S. born Latino parents. Family Process, 47(2), 157-172. 2008 Impact Factor
       of 1.277

Parra-Cardona, J. R., Holtrop, K., & Córdova, D. (2005). “We are clinicians committed to
       cultural diversity and social justice”: Good intentions that can wane over time. Journal of
       Guidance and Counselling, 21(1), 36-46. 2009 Impact Factor of 0.396
Book Chapter


Parra-Cardona, J. R., Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., Escobar-Chew, A. R., & Horsford, S.
       (2009). Culturally Informed Emotionally Focused Therapy with Latino/a Immigrant
       Couples. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


Manuscripts Under Review

Farrelly, C., Córdova, D., Huang, S., Pantin, H., & Prado, G. (under review). The Role of
        Acculturation and Family Functioning in Predicting HIV Risk Behaviors among
        Hispanic Delinquent Youth. AIDS and Behavior

Córdova, D., Huang, S., Pantin, H., & Prado, G. (under review). Do the effects of a preventive
      intervention on alcohol use vary by nativity status? Addictive Behaviors

Cervantes, R. C., & Córdova, D. (revise and resubmit). Exploration of mental health issues for
      immigrant adolescents: A Latino perspective. Learning and Individual Differences.

Cervantes, R. C., Fisher, D. G., Córdova, D., & Napper, L. (revise and resubmit). Developing
      the Hispanic Stress Inventory-Adolescent version: A culturally appropriate psychosocial
      assessment for Hispanics. Psychological Assessment

Córdova, D., Parra-Cardona, J. R., Holtrop, K., & Cervantes, R. C. (under review). “They just
      spit in our face”: Conversations about perceived contextual challenges and strengths with
      high-risk Mexican American youth.


Manuscripts in Preparation


Córdova, D., & Cervantes, R. C.(In preparation). “My Parents Don’t Want Me to Become More
      American”: Exploring the acculturation gap theory among Latino youth and their parents.


Editorial Services

       Ad Hoc Reviewer
       Family Relations

Invited Professional Presentations

Cervantes, R. C., Córdova, D.., & Cortes, D. (2010). Developing Culturally Relevant
       Assessment Instruments for Hispanic Populations: The Hispanic Stress Inventory.
       Workshop to be presented at the annual conference of the National Hispanic Science
       Network on Drug Abuse. New Orleans, LA.

Escobar-Chew, A. R., Holtrop, K., Córdova, D., Horsford, S., & Parra-Cardona, J.R. (2009,
      November). "Recruiting and Retaining Latinos/as in Community Research and Service
      Programs." Paper presented at the Julian Samora Research Institute 20th Anniversary
      Celebration Conference, "Latino/a Communities in the Midwest". East Lansing, MI.

Horsford, S., Torres, J., Escobar-Chew, A. R., & Córdova, D. (2007, September). Mothers of
       Multiples: Preventing Dissatisfaction, Promoting Conversation. Workshop presented at
       the annual state fall workshop of The Capitol Area Mothers of Multiples Club. Lansing,
       MI.

Cardona, J.R., Holtrop, K., Córdova, D. (2006, June). "The Culture of Graduate
      Education": An Experience of Pursuing an Advanced Degree. Lecture presented at the
      annual training retreat of the Michigan State University McNair Scholars Program.
      Treetops Village, MI.


Refereed Professional Presentations

Cordova, D., Tapia, M., Velasquez, M. S., Huang, S., Calfee, M., de Leon Ramirez, G., Arzon,
      M., Cano, N., Villamar, J., Malcolm, S., Estrada, Y., Pantin, H., & Prado, G. (2011,
      June). Efficacy of Familias Unidas in reducing HIV risk behaviors in high-risk Hispanic
      adolescents: A randomized controlled trial. Paper submitted to the Society for Prevention
      Research. Washington, D.C.

Cordova, D., Tapia, M., Velasquez, M. S., Huang, S., Calfee, M., de Leon Ramirez, G., Arzon,
      M., Cano, N., Villamar, J., Malcolm, S., Estrada, Y., Pantin, H., & Prado, G. (2011,
      June). The effects of a drug abuse and HIV preventive intervention for Hispanic youth:
      Does it differ by nativity status and levels of acculturation? Poster submitted to the
      Society for Prevention Research. Washington, D.C.

Cordova, D., Parra-Cardona, J. R., Blow, A., Carolan, M., Johnson, D., & Fitzgerald, H. E.
      (2010). Exploring substance abuse in Hispanic adults with physical disabilities. Paper to
      be presented at the annual conference of the National Hispanic Science Network on Drug
      Abuse. Paper Selected for New Investigator Panel.

Holtrop, K., Parra-Cardona, J. R., Escobar-Chew, A. R., Horsford, S., Còrdova, D., Tams, L., &
       Dates, B. (2009, November). Priority in cultural adaptation research: Fidelity or
       cultural relevance? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on
       Family Relations. San Francisco, CA.

Córdova, D., Cervantes, R. C., Escobedo, J., Lawrence, A., Ruan, L., Lerma, M., et al. (2009,
       October). Prevention and Early Intervention of HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse among
       Latino Youth. Poster presented at the annual conference of the American Association of
       Marriage and Family Therapists. Sacramento, CA.

Córdova, D., & Cervantes, R. C. (2009, November). “Dark Skin People are Viewed Less Than
      Light Skin”: Latino youths’ experiences of discrimination. Poster presented at the annual
      conference of the National Council on Family Relations. San Francisco, CA.

Cervantes, R. C., Córdova, D. (2009, November). “My Parents Don’t Want Me to Become More
      American”: Exploring the acculturation gap theory among Latino youth and their parents.
      Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Council on Family Relations.
      San Francisco, CA.

Parra-Cardona, J. R., Holtrop, K., Córdova, D., Escobar-Chew, A. R., Horsford, S., Villarruel,
       F., Fitzgerald, H., & Tams, L. (2009, November). Priority in cultural adaptation research:
       Efficacy or cultural relevance? Paper to be presented at the annual conference of the
       National Council on Family Relations. San Francisco, CA.

Cervantes, R. C., Córdova, D., Fisher, D. G., & Napper, L. (2009, October). Gender and age
               differences in latino adolescent acculturation stress and mental health. Poster
               presented at the annual conference of the National Hispanic Science Network on
               Drug Abuse. Miami, FL.

Córdova, D., Cervantes, R. C., Fisher, D. G., & Kilp, L. (2009, May). Psychometric properties
      of the Hispanic Stress Inventory-Adolescent Version. Poster presented at the annual
      conference of the Society for Prevention Research. Washington, D.C.

Parra-Cardona, J. R., Holtrop, K., Escobar-Chew, A. R., Horsford, S., & Córdova, D. (2008,
       October). Similar and diferente: Debunking the myth of Latina/o sameness. Workshop
       presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Marriage and Family
       Therapists. Memphis, TN.

Cervantes, R. C., Córdova, D., & Fisher, D. G. (2008, October). Development of the
      Hispanic Stress Inventory-Adolescent version: Preliminary findings. Poster presented at
      the annual conference of the National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse.
      Washington, D.C.

Córdova, D., Parra-Cardona, J. R., & Holtrop, K. (2007, November).”They just spit in our
      face”: The social ecology of Mexican American youth. Paper presented at the annual
      meeting of the National Council of Family Relations. Pittsburgh, PA. *Winner of the
      Outstanding Student Paper Award, Family Therapy Section.

Holtrop, K., Parra-Cardona, J. R., Córdova, D. (2007, November) Adapting preventive
       interventions for the next generation of Latino parents. Poster presented at the annual
       meeting of the National Council of Family Relations. Pittsburgh, PA. *Winner of the
       Outstanding Student Poster Award, Family Therapy Section.
Horsford, S., Parra-Cardona, J. R., Escobar-Chew, A. R., Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., &
       Villarruel, F. (2007, November). Common and contrasting life experiences: Immigrant
       Latino parents in the U.S. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Council
       of Family Relations. Pittsburgh, PA.

Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., & Parra-Cardona, J. R. (2007, October). “Everyday is a fighting and
      challenging day”: Stories of persons with disabilities. Poster presented at the annual
      meeting of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Long Beach,
      CA.

Escobar-Chew, A. R., Horsford, S., Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., Torres, J., & Parra-Cardona, J.R.
      (2007, October). Latinos/as in the U.S.: Common ancestry, unique experiences. Poster
      presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Marriage and Family
      Therapy. Long Beach, CA.

Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., & Parra-Cardona, J. R. (2007, September). “I think we’re
      trapped”: Conversations about contextual challenges with high-risk Mexican American
      youth. Poster presented at the annual international meeting of the National Hispanic
      Science Network on Drug Abuse. Miami Beach, FL.

Parra-Cardona, J.R., Holtrop, K., Córdova, D., & Villarruel, F. (2007, June). PMTO for Latinos:
       Cultural adaptation by learning from the voices of participants. Paper presented at the
       annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research. Washington, DC.

Parra-Cardona, J.R., Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., Wieling, E., Villarruel, F., Domenech-
       Rodriguez, M. (2007, June). Qualitative methodologies as key precursors of community-
       based participatory research. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for
       Prevention Research. Washington, DC.

Córdova, D. (2007, March). Latina/o families with disabilities and substance abuse: A proposed
       study. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Michigan Association of Marriage
       and Family Therapy. Bath, MI.

Holtrop, K., Parra-Cardona, J.R., Córdova, D., Villarruel, F., Wieling, L., Domenech Rodríguez,
         M., Forgatch, M., & Knutson, N. (2006, November). PMTO for Latinos/as: Learning
         from the voices of participants. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National
         Council of Family Relations. Minneapolis, MN.

Córdova, D., Aguilar, E., Parra-Cardona, J.R., & Holtrop, K. (2006, October). Engaging
       Latino/a clients in community-based prevention interventions. Workshop presented at
       the annual meeting of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
       Austin, TX.

Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., Parra-Cardona, J. R. (2006, October). “They just spit in our face”:
      Honoring the voices of Mexican-American adolescents. Poster presented at the annual
        meeting of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Austin, TX.

Parra-Cardona, J. R., Holtrop, K., Córdova, D., & Villarruel, F. A. (2006, June). “They are not
       interested”: Failure to engage Latinos in prevention research. Poster forum presented at
       the annual meeting of the Society for Prevention Research. San Antonio, TX.

Córdova, D. (2006, March). “They are empirically-based”: An examination of evidence-based
      family interventions for Latina/o adolescent substance abuse. Poster presented at the
      annual meeting of the Michigan Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. Bath, MI.

Córdova, D., Holtrop, K., Parra-Cardona, J. R., Wampler, R. S., & Villarruel, F. (2005,Ocotber).
      “They don’t want to come!”: When failure to engage turns into blaming. Poster presented
      at the annual meeting of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy.
      Kansas City, MO.


Guest Lectures

03/06                 FCE 211. Department of Family and Child Ecology, Michigan State
                      University. Guest lectured to over 200 undergraduate students on Latina/o
                      adolescents from an ecodevelopmental framework.

03/06                 SW 850. School of Social Work, Michigan State University. Guest
                      lectured to graduate students on conducting Latina/o adolescent therapy
                      groups.


Honors And Awards

2010                  National Hispanic Science Network, New Investigators Panel
2010                  Dissertation Completion Fellowship. College of Social Sciences,
                      Department of Family and Child Ecology, Michigan State Universtiy
                      ($6000).
2009                  Minority Research Travel Scholarship. Society for Prevention Research
                      ($300).
2008-2009             Pre-Doctoral Fellow Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
                      Administration/American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists
                      ($50,000).
2008                  Verna Lee and John Hildebrand Dissertation Fellowship, Department of
                      Family and Child Ecology, Michigan State University ($7000).
2008                  Student of the Year, Michigan Association of Marriage and Family
                      Therapists.
2008                  Summer Research Training Institute Fellowship, National Hispanic
                      Science Network on Drug Abuse, National Institute on Drug Abuse.
2008                  Julian Samora Endowment Fellowship, Julian Samora Research Institute,
                      Michigan State University ($2000).
2008                    Muns-Decker Friendship Memorial Scholarship ($5,000). Resource Center
                        for Persons with Disabilities, Michigan State University.
2008                    CHP 11-99 Foundation Scholarship ($3,450).
2007                    Outstanding Student Paper Award, Family Therapy Section ($400).
                        Annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations.
2007                    NHSN Research Travel Scholarship. National Hispanic Science Network
                        on Drug Abuse.
2007                    ECPN Travel Scholarship ($500.00). Society for Prevention Research.
2007                    CHP 11-99 Foundation Scholarship ($3,500).
2007                    SDPOA Scholarship ($1000)
2007                    Muns-Decker Friendship Memorial Scholarship ($5,000). Resource Center
                        for Persons with Disabilities, Michigan State University.
2007                    The Agnes Hunt and Claude Marshall Cade Scholarship ($675).
                        Department of Family and Child Ecology, Michigan State University.
2007                    The Graduate School Fellowship ($1,300). Department of Family and
                        Child Ecology, Michigan State University.
2007                    The Graduate School Fellowship ($3000). Department of Family and
                        Child Ecology, Michigan State University.
2006                    ALANA Summer Retention Fellowship ($3,500). College of Social
                        Sciences, Michigan State University.
2006                    CHP 11-99 Foundation Scholarship ($2,500).
2006                    Muns-Decker Friendship Memorial Scholarship ($5,000). Resource Center
                        for Persons with Disabilities, Michigan State University.
2006                    Paolucci Memorial Scholarship ($4,000). Department of Family and Child
                        Ecology, Michigan State University.
2005                    ALANA Engagement Fellowship ($3,000). Michigan State University.
2005                    CHP 11-99 Foundation Scholarship ($2,500).
2005                    The Graduate School Fellowship ($600). Michigan State University.
2005                    Karen Conlin Special Achievement Award. Alliant International
                        University.
2004                    Alliant Leadership Institute Award. Alliant International University.
2004                    Ethnic Minority Scholarship ($2,500/total). Alliant International
                        University.


Professional Services

2009                    Abstract Reviewer, National Hispanic Science Network on Drug Abuse

2008                    Abstract Reviewer, Society for Prevention Research

2008                    Abstract Reviewer, National Council on Family Relations

2006                    Conference Committee. Third Annual Conversaciónes Conference,
                        Michigan State University.
2005                Conference Committee. Alliant Leadership Conference, Alliant
                    International University.

2004-2005           Treasurer. Graduate Student Government Association, Alliant
                    International University.

2004-2005           Treasurer. MFT Club, Alliant International University.

2003-2005           Alliant Leadership Institute, Alliant International University.

2003-2004           Co-Chair. MFT Club, Alliant International University.


Professional Memberships

Since 2010          Prevention Sceince and Methodology Group (PSMG)
Since 2007          Student member of the National Hispanic Science Network on Drug
                    Abuse (NHSN).
Since 2007          Student member of the Society for Prevention Research (SPR).
Since 2006          Student member of the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR).
Since 2005          Member of Society of Latino Scholarship (SOLS).
Since 2005          Student member of the Michigan Association for Marriage and Family
                    Therapists (MAMFT).
Since 2003          Student member of the American Association for Marriage and Family
                    Therapists (AAMFT).


Professional Licensure

Since 01/2008              Limited Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (California).
                           IMF 55812

Since 07/2005              Limited Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (Michigan).
                           LLMFT L833196
References

José Rubén Parra-Cardona, Ph.D.       Hiram Fitzgerald, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor                   Associate Provost, University Outreach and
Marriage and Family Therapy Program   Engagement and University Distinguished
3D Human Ecology                      Professor, Psychology
Michigan State University             Kellogg Center, Garden Level
East Lansing, MI 48824-1030           Michigan State University
517-432-2269                          East Lansing, MI 48824
parraca1@msu.edu                      fitzger9@msu.edu
                                      Office: 517-353-8977
                                      Fax: 517-432-9541


Adrian J. Blow, Ph.D.                 Marsha Carolan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor                   Associate Professor, Program Director
Marriage and Family Therapy Program   Marriage and Family Therapy Program
3E Human Ecology                      13CHuman Ecology
Michigan State University             Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1030           East Lansing, MI 48824-1030
517-432-7092                          517-432-3327
blowa@msu.edu                         carolan@msu.edu

Richard Cervantes, Ph.D.              Deborah Johnson, Ph.D.
Research Director and CEO             Professor
Behavioral Assessment Inc.            Department of Family and Child Ecology
291 S. La Cienega Blvd. Suite 308     103B Human Ecology
Beverly Hills, CA 90211               Michigan State University
Tel: (310) 652-6449                   East Lansing, MI 48824-1030
Fax: (310) 652-5462                   517-432-9115
rccbeth@aol.com                       john1442@msu.edu

				
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