D.Min., Counseling, San Francisco Theological Seminary, 1979 M.Div., Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1972 B.A., Social Sciences, UCLA, 1967
Washburn University: Assistant Professor 2001-2006 Associate Professor/Tenured 2006-2011 Professor 2011-present University of North Texas: Director, National Academy for Victim Studies/Associate Faculty, 1996-1997
HS 201 A, Victimology
HS 360 A, Dir Study in Human Services
HS 360 B, Dir Study in Human Services
HS 374 WA, East Thrps In Intervnt & Treat
HS 450 A, Multicult. Iss - Hum Svcs
HS 477 WA, Morita Methods in Counseling
HS 550 GA, Multicult. Iss. - Hum Svcs
HS 574 GWA, Eastern Ther/Interven & Trtmnt
HS 577 GWA, Morita Methods in Counseling
Post-Trauma; Victimology; Cultural Competency; Eastern Therapies: Morita Therapy and Naikan Therapy; Hate and Bias Crimes. Published Books Authored: Walking on Eggshells: Counseling for Women in or Leaving an Abusive Relationship (Kendall Hunt); To Tell The Truth (Volcano Press); Color of Justice: Cultural Sensitive Treatment of Minority Crime Victims, 2nd Ed. (Allyn & Bacon); A River to Live By: The 12 Life Principles of Morita Therapy (Xlibris/Random House).
International Education; International Committee of Morita Therapy-United States representative; Victim/Survivor Services
National Crime Victim Service Award, 1995, presented by the President and Attorney General at the White House; Director, Crime Victims Research and Policy Institute, Texas Attorney General's Office 1996-2001; Division Chief, Maui County, Hawaii Prosecuting Attorney's Office, 1982-1996; National Violence Against Women Council, U.S. Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services, 1995-2000.