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Marriage and Family Therapy Faculty Member

Dr. David Ivey

Dr. David Ivey

Professor, Marriage and Family Therapy
Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor, AAMFT
Ph.D., The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1993

Department of Community, Family, and Addiction Services
Marriage and Family Therapy Program
Texas Tech University
Box 41250
Lubbock, TX 79409-1250


Office: Room 248, Human Sciences Building
Email: david.ivey@ttu.edu
Office Phone Number: 806-834-4115
Fax Number: 806-742-0053
Vita

Research Interests:

Clinical judgment, medical family therapy, assessment, training, gender and ethnicity in marital and family therapy, treatment acceptability.

Classes taught:

Issues in Professional Development (MFT 5370), Research Methods in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT 5351), Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT 6395)

Leadership/Awards Texas Tech University:

Board of Directors TAMFT 2014, Direct Medical Family Therapy Program- TTU and Covenant Health Systems (2005- 2012), University Research Council (2006- 2009), Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal (2012), Provided training to educate site visitors for the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (2005-2010), Associate Editor, The Family Psychologist (1998- 2001), Served as Commissioner for COAMFTE (2006- 2008), Served as Commissioner for COAMFTE (2009-2011) second term, Served as Board Member for the Great Plains Distance Education Alliance (2006-2009), 1996 New Faculty Award, Ex-Student Association, Texas Tech University; 2001 Outstanding Faculty Member, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, TTU; 2002 Outstanding Faculty Member, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, TTU; 2005 Distinguished Leadership Award, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, TTU; 2006-2007 Recipient ofthe Big 12 Faculty Fellowship.

Recent Publications:

Brown, M., Banford, A., Mansfield, T., Smith, D., Whiting, J., & Ivey, D. (In Press). Posttraumatic symptoms and perceived safety as predictors of dyadic adjustment: A test of mediation and moderation. The American Journal of Family Therapy.

Anderson, Amber., Dial, Shannon., Ivey, David., & Smith, Douglas. (2011). Gender and violence in dyadic relationships. The American Journal of Family Therapy. 39(3), 242-254.

Books

Harris, Steven., lvey, David., & Bean, Roy. (Eds.) (2005). Innovations in Clinical Practice. New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Harway, Michele., Geffner, Robert., lvey, David., Koss, Mary., Murphy, Bianca., Mio, Jeff., & O'Neil, Jeff. (2002). Intimate Partner Abuse and Relationship Violence. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.