Corinne Datchi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor/Clinical Coordinator
Dept of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy
Corinne Datchi is Assistant Professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Seton Hall University. She has achieved board certification in couple and family psychology and is a Fellow of the Society for Family Psychology, a division of the American Psychological Association. Her research interests include the development and evaluation of family and couple-focused therapy interventions for individuals involved in the criminal justice system; families' role in offender rehabilitation; families and incarceration; and gender issues in the criminal justice system. She is VP for Practice of the Society for Family Psychology and serves on the Editorial Board of the APA Journal Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice. She also served 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
- "The development and evolution of family therapy research: Its impact on practice, current status and future directions", Family Process, 53(3), 415-433, September 2014
- "Can family therapy have an impact on adult criminal behaviors? A pilot study of Functional Family Therapy", Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice, 1-16, August 2014
- Substance-using women in the courtroom: Stories of marginalization, fear, and resistance, Paper presented at the 2014 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC., August 2014
- Undoing hyper-masculinity in prison settings: Dialogues with incarcerated fathers, Paper presented at the 2014 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association in Washington, DC., August 2014
- Women, addiction, and therapeutic jurisprudence: Best psychological practice in adult drug courts, Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology in Paris, France., July 2014
- "Technological innovations of systematic measurement and clinical feedback: A virtual leap into the future of CFP", Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice, 1(4), 285-293, December 2012
- 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, January 2012
- 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, January 2012
- 2014, Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Division 43
- 2014, Diplomat in Couple and Family Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology