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Lemieux Library
Lemieux Library

Faculty & Staff Scholarship

Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry focuses on spirituality, social justice, inclusivity, and interreligious relationships for the common good.

Book Chapters

Eppler, C. (2021). Dismantling whiteness to direct a just couples and family therapy program: Experiences of a white program director. In K. M-T. Quek & A. L. Hsieh (Eds.), Intersectionality in family therapy leadership: Professional power, personal identities. (pp. 81-92). Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-67977-4

Journal Articles

Eppler, C. (2021). Systemic teletherapists' meaningful experiences during the first months of the coronavirus pandemic. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 47, 244-258.

Eppler, C., & Hutchings, J. (2020). The use of cinematherapy to illustrate systemic resilience. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 76(8), 1463–1471. doi:10.1002/jclp.22998

Eppler, C., Cobb, R. A., Bien, S., & Wright, T. (in press). Integrating Buddhist-informed interventions into narrative family therapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies.

Quek, K. M.-T., Hsieh, N. W.-M., & Eppler, C. (2021). Collectivist Discourses in Relational Intersectionality: Insights from Chinese American Christian Couples. Journal of Family Issues, 0192513X2098338. doi:10.1177/0192513x20983387


Eppler, C., & Cobb, R. A. (2021). MFT as Leader? [Conference Presentation]. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy’s Leadership Symposium (virtual).

Hsieh, N., Quek, K., & Eppler, C. (2021). Intersectionality within Collectivist Couples [Conference Presentation]. American Family Therapy Academy Annual Conference (virtual).