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Margaret MacLeod

Antioch University Seattle

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Margaret is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and has seen families in a clinical capacity since 2010. Her previous experience includes community mental health services in East King County, private practice in Denton, TX, Issaquah, WA, and Seattle, WA, intensive outpatient group therapy for geriatric and disabled adults at Bowie Memorial Hospital in Bowie, TX, and school-based family therapy services for the Dallas Independent School District in Dallas, TX. Her qualitative master’s degree research studied parent-child sexuality education in families of persons with autism or Down syndrome, and she teaches parents of neurodiverse children in the community how to talk to about sexuality. She’s been an instructor at Antioch University Seattle since January, 2014, where she teaches master’s students across the curriculum how to be couples and family therapists. In her time away from Antioch, Margaret is a speaker and volunteer for the King County Master Gardener program, where she teaches children and seniors how to grow seasonal gardens.

Educational History

B.A, French, Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee

M.S., Family Therapy, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas

Reed, M. M. (2012). Book Review: Men, Women and Relationships, a Post-Jungian Approach: Gender Electrics and Magic Beans. American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists’ Contemporary Sexuality, 46(8).

Reed, M. M., & Green, M. S. (2012). Movie Review: The Kids Are All Right. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 24(2).

Green, M. S., & Reed, M. M. (2011). Discussing Sexuality in the Context of Family Therapy: A Teaching Tool. American Family Therapy Academy Monograph, Vol.7.

Green, M. S., & Reed, M. M. (2010). Movie Review: A Serious Man. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy,  22(4).

Interviewed for article in Dallas/Fort Worth parenting magazine, Thrive
(Summer, 2010)
Wiley, J. (2010). Sex, special needs, & the birds and bees: Helping your child navigate sex and relationships. Thrive: A Resource for Families Living with Learning Difference and Special Needs, Summer 2010, pp. 16-18.

Recipient, Veneta Young Scholarship, TWU Family Sciences Department (May, 2010)

Recipient, Jessie Narsutis Family Sciences Scholarship, TWU Family Sciences Department (May, 2009)

Recipient, Mary Bryan & Tom C. Reitch Scholarship, TWU (May, 2008 & May, 2009)

Recipient, Ardella R. Helm Scholarship, TWU Family Sciences Department (May, 2008)

Belmont University Foreign Languages Department Excellence in French (May, 2005)

Clinical Fellow, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Clinical Member, Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Washington State

Washington State Approved Supervisor

Margaret Macleod

Teaching Faculty,

Counseling and Family Therapy, School of Applied Psychology

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