2012

Lesbians and Their Mothers: A Taiwanese Experience, Meng-ning Wang

2011

Waiting for Your Return: A Phenomenlogical Study on Parental Deportation and the Impact of the Family and the Parent-Child Attachment Bond, Erika Beckles Flores

Growing Up Gay in Black America: An Exploration of the Coming Out Process of Queer African American Youth, DeMarquis Clarke

Co-Creating Collaborative Health Care in a Federally Qualified Health Center: Exploring Clients' Experiences of Behavioral Health Services, Ginny-Lea Tonore

Fibromyalgia Syndrome: The Relationship between Alexithymia and Attachment Style on Couple Relationship, Ileana Ungureanu

2010

The meaning of Ataxia: How do families experience it?, Maria del Pilar Castaneda

Raising her daughter: A phenomenological study of the African American stepfather's perception of his relationship with his stepdaughter, Akwete Cleveland Noble

2009

Breaking the silence: The impact of political violence in Sikh diaspora, Kiran Shahreen Kaur Arora

Parenting economically disadvantaged adolescent children through pervasive loss in the inner city, Timothy Ronald Baima

The experiences of marriage and family therapists of Asian descent and their perception of the practice and profession, Liang-Ying Chou

Having a child with cancer: The impact on couple relationships, belief systems and values, Todd H. Marshall

2008

Autonomy, father's role, and eating disorders: A daughter's perspective, Karen Fernandez-Cosgrove

The African American experience of overcoming barriers and participating in therapy, Cadmona Alexandra Hall

The role of social support in bereaved families with dependent children, Heather Lynn Hay

A phenomenological study of the use and experience of intuition in marriage and family therapy by those who claim it, Aaron Joseph Jeffrey

Childhood sexual abuse: Are marriage and family therapists less likely to hypothesize sexual abuse in men as compared to women?, Todd Christopher Workman Jesness

The role of MS patient and partner reports of couple relationship quality and depression in the physical functioning of MS patients, Justin Kade McPheters

The male adolescent's perception of family dynamics and the impact on the development of sex offense behavior: A qualitative study, Michelle Kathleen Murray

Family of origin functioning and the likelihood of seeking romantic partners over the Internet, Michael Evan Sude

A retrospective exploration of overweight adolescent girls' relationships with self, others, and cultural context, Amy Zavada

2007

Queering the discussion: A Delphi study of the effects of GLBT identity and queer theory on marriage and family therapy, Sheila Marie Addison

Dyspareunia due to endometriosis: A qualitative study of its effect on the couple relationship, Kristina Schelbert Brown

The intersection of feminism and the narrative metaphor in the practice and profession of family therapy: A Delphi study, Nina Maria Castronova

Experiences of oppression among Middle-Eastern couples living in Denmark: Implications for marriage and family therapy, Birgitte Bonning Espitia

The experience of disclosure of queer identity within sibling dyads, Rebecca Grace Harvey

Emotion and family therapy: Male clinician's attitudes and use of emotion as a main component in therapeutic intervention and theory, Matthew M. Suarez Pace

2006

Sexual minority women: Exploring familial relationship development after coming out at home, Deborah Anne Coolhart

The early therapeutic relationship with MFT trainees: Race, gender, confidence and relationship satisfaction, Loree Anitra Johnson

"I just want a normal life!": A phenomenological inquiry into children's perspectives on parental addiction and the effects of the addiction in the parent-child relationship, Maria Andrea Reinking

The role of parent-adolescent attachment in the glycemic control of adolescents with type-1 diabetes, Tziporah Esther Rosenberg

2005

Critical relational model: A normative and meta-theoretical analysis of family therapy theories, Anibal Torres Bernal

A survey of the attitudes and behaviors of medical family therapists regarding complementary and alternative medicine: An exploration of collaboration, Miyoung Christine Yoon Hammer

2004

An ecological view of the risk discourse in African-American adolescent identity development, Roxanne L. Hill

Supervision and clinical competency evaluations: The influence of the supervisor's gender, Jason James Platt

2003

Missionary ministry satisfaction predictors: How spiritual attribution influences the effects of stress on family communication and satisfaction, Joy E. Corby

The inner workings of foster families: Implications for family therapy, Kimberly L. Sumner-Mayer

2002

Narrative means to research ends: Learning about therapy from clients' descriptions, Stephen R. Gaddis

2001

The relationship between family resilience and the successful management of fibromyalgia, John Cameron Preece

1999

The relationship between marital attachment and caregiver depression in older couples facing major medical illness, Clark David Christensen

1998

Contextual therapy and relational ethics: A dynamic ethical perspective, Susan Victoria Compton

Jewish identity, family cohesion, and child well-being, Maureen Patricia Semans

1997

Crossing borders: The negotiation of difference and formation of couple identity in interracial, Kyle D. Killian

An exploratory study of family therapists working as consultants to address the interaction between race and education in an elementary school, Tracey Ann Laszloffy

When the monsters under your bed are real: The social construction of incest, Janet L. Osborn

1994

Insights and perspectives on relationships and friendships: Views from adults who are labeled as mentally retarded, Guy Anthony Caruso