There are three divisions of faculty providing instruction in the master’s degree program for Marriage and Family Therapy at Purdue University Calumet.
Marriage and Family Therapy Faculty
The Marriage and Family Therapy faculty have doctoral degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy and Psychology. Their areas of expertise include treatment of incest, sexual dysfunction, substance abuse, child and adolescent treatment, couple therapy, family therapy supervision, grief and trauma recovery, the marital/family life of the family therapist, and research methodology. All members of the MFT faculty are AAMFT Clinical Members and Approved Supervisors.
Name: Megan Murphy
Name: Joseph Wetchler, Ph.D.
Name: Lorna Hecker, Ph.D.
The research faculty members have doctoral degrees in experimental psychology and human development and social policy. They teach courses in statistics and research design. In addition, the research faculty serve as thesis chairs and are research methodologists.
The adjunct faculty have advanced degrees specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy and supervise graduate students in the program.
- Jerome Bercik, M.S.W.
- Seda Gulvas, Ph.D.
- Sarah Morris, M.S.
- Marilyn Steinberg, M.S.