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Ashley Randall

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Asst Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 0811
Asst Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 0811
Biography

Assistant Professor, Counseling and Counseling Psychology, College of Letters and Sciences

Affiliated Faculty, Family Communication Consortium

Editorial Board Member, Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy

Education

Dr. Randall received her Ph.D. in Family Studies and Human Development from the University of Arizona. She also holds a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from North Dakota State University, and a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Indiana University.

Additional Training 

Dr. Randall completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, and Family Studies and Human Development at the University of Arizona. Dr. Randall was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research at the Institute for Family Research and Counseling in Fribourg, Switzerland following her master's degree.

SPN Network: Ashley K. Randall, PhD

Research Interests

Couples Coping with Stress Lab

Stress can have deleterious effects on one’s romantic relationship (Randall & Bodenmann, 2009; Randall & Bodenmann, in press), however, romantic partners have the unique ability to regulate each other’s emotions during times of distress (Butler & Randall, 2013; Schoebi & Randall, 2015). Dr. Randall’s research aims to gain a greater understanding of how couples regulate stress in the context of their relationship, and what implications this may have for mental health outcomes (Randall & Schoebi, 2015).  She examines this using a multi-method approach (e.g. self-report, daily diary, momentary measures of emotional experience and behavioral observations). 

 

Research Activity
  • Kemer,Gulsah*, Randall,Ashley Karay. Examining Novice and Expert Supervisors Case Conceptualizations: Innovative Directions in the use of Momentary Assessment in Counsel (ASUF 30006205). ASU FDN(6/1/2014 - 12/1/2015).
  • Randall,Ashley Karay*. Effects of Daily Stress on Same-Sex Relationships: Understanding Vulnerabilities Resilience and Dyadic Coping. NCFR(12/1/2013 - 11/30/2014).
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 599Thesis
CPY 599Thesis
CPY 784Internship
CPY 799Dissertation
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 599Thesis
CPY 599Thesis
CED 672Marriage and Family Counseling
CPY 784Internship
CPY 792Research
CPY 799Dissertation
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 599Thesis
CPY 599Thesis
CPY 792Research
CPY 799Dissertation
Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 599Thesis
CPY 599Thesis
CPY 691Seminar
CPY 799Dissertation
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 599Thesis
CPY 599Thesis
CED 672Marriage and Family Counseling
CPY 691Seminar
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
CPY 599Thesis
CED 599Thesis
CPY 651Personality Assessment
CPY 691Seminar
CPY 792Research
CPY 799Dissertation
Summer 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 599Thesis
CPY 599Thesis
CPY 691Seminar
CPY 799Dissertation
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 501Res & Eval. in Counseling
CED 599Thesis
CED 672Marriage and Family Counseling
Fall 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
CPY 651Personality Assessment
CPY 691Seminar
Spring 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
CED 501Res & Eval. in Counseling
CED 672Marriage and Family Counseling
Fall 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
CPY 651Personality Assessment
CED 672Marriage and Family Counseling
Summer 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
SWG 619Practice-Oriented Research
Spring 2013
Course NumberCourse Title
SWG 519Research Methods/Social Work