Arizona State University
Dr. Daughtery has a Ph.D. in Religious Studies and is a full-time instructor at Arizona State University, where she teaches such classes as Religion in America, Women and Religion, and Witchcraft and Heresy in Europe.
She is currenly also a student in the ASU MSW program.
Ball State University
Doctoral candidate in Counseling Psychology. My research is focused on international populations, multiculturalism and social justice. I am currently completing a one-year clinical internship at Colorado State University Health Network serving CSU students.
University of Louisville
University of Phoenix
Jeff is completing a Masters of Science - Counseling/Clinical Mental Health program. Jeff is interested in specializing in mood disorders (anxiety and depression), life and faith transition, spirituality, LGBTQ+ challenges, adult issues, family struggles including divorce and family systems trauma, and compulsive disorders.
Utah Valley University
Vhari is an MSW candidate at Utah Valley University. She is currently interning with Stronger Families where she oversees twenty family studies students in running the Strengthening Families program at the Lehi and American Fork sites. She also conducts therapy with children, adults and couples. Her interests lie in helping clients navigate faith transitions, especially in mixed faith marriages.