Dr. Datchi is the former Chair of the Section for the Advancement of Women in the Society of Counseling Psychology.
Corinne Datchi is Assistant Professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Seton Hall University. Her research interests include the development and evaluation of family and couple-focused therapy interventions; women’s issues in the criminal justice system; gender and violence; transgendered identities and relationships. She is the former Chair of the Section for the Advancement of Women in the Society of Counseling Psychology. She also serves as Editor of The Family Psychologist, the bulletin of the Society for Family Psychology. As a certified Functional Family Therapist and Supervisor, she has worked with both couples and families involved in the criminal justice system.
- Indiana University, Ph.D., 2009
Most Recent Presentations
- August 2011, American Psychological Association, Annual Convention, Symposium: Feminism & privilege: Personal stories for a social justice agenda. Corinne Datchi (Chair/presenter), Sonia Carrizales, Amanda Voils-Levenda, Laurel Watson (Discussant).
- August 2011, American Psychological Association, Annual Convention, Poster Presentation: Families Support Adult Offenders’ Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study of Functional Family Therapy for Adult Behavioral Problems. Corinne Datchi, Thomas L. Sexton.
- May 2011, Summit on Evidence-Based Practices, Department of Correction, Indiana Judicial Center, Center for Evidence-Based Practice: Effective interventions for the management of female offenders. Corinne Datchi, Tammy O’Neill.
- Performance-centered research: From theory to critical inquiry (Book Chapter)
In B. Dennis, L. Carspecken & P. Carspecken (Eds.), "Qualitative research: A reader on philosophy, core concepts and practice," in "Counter points: Studies in the postmodern theory of education series," New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishers,
- The Effectiveness of Couple and Family-Based Interventions (Book Chapter)
In M.J. Lambert's "Bergin & Garfield’s Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change," 6th ed,
- Involving families in adult offenders’ rehabilitation: A pilot study of Functional Family Therapy
- Family systems: The relational contexts of individual symptoms (Book Chapter)
In C. Silverstein (Ed.), "The Initial Psychotherapy Interview of a Gay Man," New York, NY: Elsevier,