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Christie Eppler, colleagues publish

March 2, 2016

Christie Eppler, director of the Relationship and Pastoral Therapy Program in the School of Theology, along with Karen Quek and Martha Morgan (who have also taught in the program) recently had a manuscript accepted for publication by a prominent journal in the field of family therapy. The article, titled "Teaching gender in family therapy education: Reflection of cis-female students' learning," will be published in The Journal of Family Therapy.

Eppler also had two presentations accepted by the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) to be presented at the AAMFT national conference in September in Indianapolis. The first, "Using Creative Assessments to Promote Social Justice," was co-authored with Jeanette Rodriguez, professor of theology and religious studies, and the second, "Exploring Spirituality through Cinemetherapy," was co-authored with Doctor of Ministry student Nicole Chilivis.