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Leanne Schamp, Ph.D., LMFT

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Ph.D. Oregon State University
M.S. Western Oregon University

Professional Areas of Interest:

Intimate partner violence; couples/family therapy; PTSD; integration of spirituality & therapy; anxiety; assessment & diagnosis; clinical supervision; multiculturalism; teaching/training therapists internationally


An Exploratory Study of Experiences of Christian Therapists Working with Conservative   Christian Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence

Research Agenda:

Related to exploring the intrapsychic, interpersonal, and system variables affecting the counseling and healing processes of conservative Christian women survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV). Included in this agenda is the exploration of issues in counselor education and supervision which may facilitate culturally competent treatment of conservative Christian women in IPV.

Courses currently taught at Corban:

CN532 Social & Cultural Foundations

CN535 Psychopathology, Diagnosis, & Treatment Planning

CN512 Practicum

CN561-66 Internship

CN521 Introduction to Family Counseling