Diane Harris joined the Clinical/School programme of San Francisco State University in 1990 and now serves as Coordinator of the School Psychology programme of the Clinical/School programme. Harris received her BA from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and her MAEdS and PhD from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Harris has taught several of the clinical programme graduate courses including the year-long assessment course (Psy 721 and 722) and the second-year Advanced Psychopathology and Family Theory/Therapy courses (Psy 821 and 822). She has been a supervisor/ coordinator for a first-year “team”, and has served as liaison between the University and the School districts where the advanced fieldwork placements are located.
Harris researches how family relationships and childhood experiences influence a child’s relationship with food, their self-image and risk for obesity. She is a clinical psychologist and has her own private practice working with adults, children and couples. In one of her research projects, she explores the impact of cultural diversity on the assessment and treatment of eating disorders.
Harris is licensed to practice as a Psychologist in California and Massachusetts, and holds School Psychologist Credentials in both states.
Credits to: San Francisco State University
Published: 28 October 2014
Last update: 08 May 2018
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