For 36 years, Dr. Richard MacDonald has been a highly valued faculty member in the Family and Consumer Science Department (FCS), coming to CSUN in 1979 after being a professor in Hawaii for 10 years. He has 49 years of professional experience. Dr. MacDonald received a National Teaching Fellowship and a National Advanced Study Grant for his doctoral work. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE). Dr. MacDonald's training was a perfect match for the interdisciplinary and applied nature of the FCS Department. His professional affiliations are as follows - Clinical member of the American Academy of Behavioral Medicine and the American and California Associations of Marriage and Family Therapists, and Clinical Supervisor and Diplomate for the American Board of Sexology. He is a member of the National Council on Family Relations and of the Center for Sex Research at CSUN. Dr. MacDonald has shown continuous excellent performance in his academic responsibilities and has made many contributions to CSUN, his field, and to the community. As a member of the Center for Sex Research at CSUN, his major administrative assignment for 27 years was that of Coordinator of the Human Sexuality Minor. His work has been seen in a variety of publications, and he has given many presentations at symposia and professional conferences.
- Ph.D. 1978, Florida State University
- M.A. 1968, University of Maine
- B.A. 1966, William Penn University
- Licensed Marriage Family Child Therapist ,
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