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Lucille Byno, PhD

Antioch University New England

Dr. Lucy Byno has worked on a research team to further explore the characteristics of emerging adult love and sexual relationships.

Currently, Dr. Byno is most excited to play a part in helping students work toward making a difference in the lives of others, and seeing them opening themselves to self-growth.  The core of her teaching, therapy, and research is inspired by an attempt to make a positive difference in the lives others.

Dr. Byno’s  current research interests are systemic mindfulness in therapy and supervision, relationship development and maintenance, sexuality in relationships, therapist self-care and wellness.

Educational History

  • PhD, Florida State University; Dissertation research focused on the sexual behaviors and attitudes of emerging adults, as well as the influence of their parents’ attitudes toward sexuality on the emerging adult behaviors and attitudes
  • Post Master’s Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy, Valdosta State University
  • MS, Sociology, Valdosta State University
  • BS, Psychology, East Tennessee State University

Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society, Member

Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society, Past Member

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT, NH and FL

New Hampshire Association of Marriage and Family Therapist, Education Committee co-chair

American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor

National Council on Family Relations, Member

Lucille Byno

Assistant Professor, Marriage & Family Therapy,

Applied Psychology

CONTACT INFORMATION

Courses Taught

  • PY576 ; Postmodern Family Therapy
  • PYI518 Human Sexuality & Sex Therapy
  • Master’s Professional Seminar
  • Master’s MFT Practicum
  • MFT711 – Appraisal and Assessment in MFT
  • Doctoral Professional Seminar
  • Doctoral MFT Practicum

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