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Faculty Image Anisa Goforth
Office: Skaggs Bldg. 367
Phone: (406) 243-2917
Email: anisa.goforth@umontana.edu

 

Current Position:

Assistant Professor of Psychology

School Psychology Program

Department of Psychology

Description:

Field Of Study:

school psychology

multicultural school psychology

social-emotional interventions and therapy

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

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  

Hobbies:

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

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

Affiliations:

International Experience:

Have lived in:

Yemen
Indonesia
Brazil
Nicaragua
Pakistan
Cambodia
United States

Have traveled to over 45 countries across the world.

Honors/Awards:

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