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Anisa Goforth, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office
Location: Skaggs Bldg. 367

Contact
Phone: (406) 243-2917
Email: anisa.goforth@umontana.edu

Education

2011     Doctor of Philosophy in School Psychology, Michigan State University

2007     Masters of Arts in School Psychology, Michigan State University

2000     Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Lewis & Clark College

Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP)    License #41285

Educator Licensure, Class 6, State of Montana       License #87674

Post-Doctoral Resident, approved by the Montana Board of Psychologists, supervised by Christine Fiore, PhD

Hobbies

Hiking, camping, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, playing softball, reading, playing with my dog Luna

Research Interests

Multicultural issues in School Psychology

Cultural competence training of school psychologists

Children and families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds

Evidence-based practices

Social-emotional interventions

Culturally-adapted treatments

School-based mental health care

Field of Study

school psychology

multicultural school psychology

social-emotional interventions and therapy

International Experience

Have lived in:

Yemen
Indonesia
Brazil
Nicaragua
Pakistan
Cambodia
United States

Have traveled to over 45 countries across the world.

Courses

Undergraduate Courses

  1. PSYX100 Introduction to Psychology
  2. PSYX 345 Child & Adolescent Psychological Disorders

Graduate Courses:

  1. PSYX524 Tests & Measurements
  2. PSYX587 School Psychology Methods (First & Second Year practicum)
  3. PSYX583 Educational Assessment & Intervention