Dr. Farrah M. Hughes
Dr. Farrah Hughes is a licensed Clinical Psychologist, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Coordinator of the Masters Program in Applied Psychology, Clinical/Counseling Option. She teaches Beginning Supervised Student Research (PSY 270), Child Behavior: Growth and Development (PSY 315), Abnormal Psychology (PSY 325), Intermediate Supervised Student Research (PSY 370), Senior Research (PSY 470), Special Studies(PSY 497), and several graduate level courses as well as Human Sexuality (PSY 312) for the Gender Studies Program. Her primary research interests focus on relationships. Currently, she is involved in a study of strengths and struggles of college students who are parents.