Sandy-Ann Griffith, PhD
Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Psychiatry

PhD, Old Dominion University
MA, University of Central Florida




2018 Old Dominion University, Darden College of Education, Norfolk, VA: Outstanding Doctoral Student in Counseling Award
2015 Old Dominion University, Darden College of Education, Norfolk, VA: Student Professional Development Award
2015 Research and Best Practice Award: Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
2005 University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL: Honors in the Major, Magna Cum Laude

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  1. Neukrug E, Kalkbrenner M, Griffith S. Is counseling for you?. 2021. View Publication
  2. Wheeler NJ, Regal RA, Griffith SM, Barden SM. Dyadic influence of adverse childhood experiences: Counseling implications for mental and relational health. Journal of Counseling & Development. 2021; 99:24-36.
  3. Liu X, Wheeler NJ, Broda MD, Daire AP, O’Hare VN, Griffith SM, Case Pease J. Relationship satisfaction trajectories among low-income ethnic minority couples before and after a relationship education intervention. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 2020; 37(7):2053-2077.
  4. Wheeler NJ, Daire AP, Liu X, Tucker K, Griffith SM, Regal R. Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation. Correlational study of differences in distress following relationship education for individuals with or without chronic illness. 2020; 11(2):88-103.
  5. Daire AP, Williams B, Griffith SM, Wheeler NJ, Tucker K, Liu, X, Broyles A, Carlson RG, Spears N. Relationship distress in couples with and without reported existing cardiovascular risk factors: Making a case for relationship education (RE). The Family Journal. 2020; 28(1):40-47.
  6. Wheeler NJ, Griffith SM, Harris S, Kozachuk LA. Individual-oriented relationship education: Exploring adverse childhood experiences as a moderator of individual distress outcomes. Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy. 2020; 19(1):76-93.
  7. Kalkbrenner MT, Neukrug ES, Griffith SM. Appraising counselors attendance in counseling: The validation and application of the revised fit, stigma, & value (FSV) scale. Journal of Mental Health Counseling. 2019; 41(1):21-35.
  8. Kalkbrenner MT, Neukrug ES, Griffith SM. Fit, stigma, & value scale—Revised (FSV). APA PsycTests Database Record. 2019.
  9. Neukrug ES, Kalkbrenner M, Griffith S. Barriers to counseling among human service professionals: The development and validation of the fit, stigma, & value (FSV) scale. Journal of Human Services. 2017; 37:27-40.
  10. Carlson RG, Rogers TL, Wheeler NJ, Kelchner V, Griffith S, Liu X. The continuum of conflict and control relationship scale (CCC-RS): Psychometrics for a measure designed to discriminate among types of intimate partner violence. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. 2017; 50(3):155-169.
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20173
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20204
20212

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