Texas Tech University 2003, Marriage and Family Therapy
Indiana State University 2000, Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Utah 1997, Psychology
Being a researcher, instructor, and clinician is important to Trent and he has worked in a variety of clinical settings. These include, a juvenile justice center, a residential treatment center for adolescent sexual offenders, a women's shelter, and various community mental health centers. Trent also brings in over six years of teaching experience.
Trent believes it is important to be balanced in all of life's activities and appreciate the journey in life. In the words of Milton H. Erickson, "Life isn't something you can give an answer to today. You should enjoy the process of waiting, the process of becoming what you are. There is nothing more delightful than planting flower seeds and not knowing what kind of flowers are going to come up."
- FAM 357 Contemporary Adolescence
- FAM 787 Supervised Experience in the Practice of Marriage and Family Therapy
- FAM 740 Couples & Sex Therapy
- Couples therapy process research
- Technology impact on couple interactions