How I Help Students:
Dr. Murdock coordinates the couples/family and mental health emphasis areas of the Master of Arts in Counseling program.
Bowen Family Systems Theory; Professional Issues in Counseling Psychology; Interpersonal perspectives on counselingDegrees:
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityPublications:
Murdock, N.L. (2017). Theories of counseling and psychotherapy: A case approach (4th ed.). New York, NY: Pearson.
Connery, A.L., & Murdock, N.L. (In press). An interactive view of countertransference: Differentiation of self and client presentation. Psychotherapy.
Bresin, R.C., Murdock, N.L., Marszalek, J.M. & Stapley, L.S. (2017). The Triangular relationship Inventory: Development and validation. Couple and Family Psychology, 6, 287-310.
Choi, Soo-Whan, & Murdock, N.L. (2017). Differentiation of self, interpersonal conflict, and depression: The mediating role of anger expression. Contemporary Family Therapy, 39, 21-30.
Ross, A. S., Hinshaw, A. B., & Murdock, N. L. (2016). Integrating the relational matrix: Attachment style, differentiation of self, triangulation, and experiential avoidance. Contemporary Family Therapy, 38, 400–411.
Drake, J.R., Murdock, N.L., Marszalek, J., & Barber, C.E. (2015). Differentiation of Self Inventory – Short Form: Development and preliminary validation. Contemporary Family Therapy, 37, 101-112.Curriculum Vitae