Faculty Profile – Jeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D., LMFT2019-08-13T13:09:43-07:00
Jeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D., LMFT

Jeanette Rodriguez, Ph.D., LMFT

AAMFT Approved Supervisor,
Professor, Couples & Family Therapy Professor, Theology & Religious Studies Associate Appointment, Women & Gender Studies

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Washington, # LF00001228
  • Licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor, California # MFC 22448
  • AAMFT Approved Supervisor, 2015-2020
  • Rodriguez, J. (2017). A Clan Mother’s Call; Reconstructing Haudenosaunee Cultural Memory, New York: SUNY Press.
  • Rodriguez, J., & Fortier, T. (2007). Cultural memory: Resistance, faith and identity. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
  • Rodriguez, J. (1996). Stories we live Cuentos que vivimos: Hispanic women’s spirituality. Paulist Press, Madeleva.
  • Rodriguez, J. (1994). Our lady of Guadalupe:  Faith and empowerment among Mexican-American women. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press.
  • Eppler, C., & Rodriguez, J. (2018, March). The Culturally Conscious Leader. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Leadership Symposium. Seattle, WA.
  • Eppler, C., & Rodriguez, J. (2016, September). Using Creative Assessments to Promote Social Justice. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy National Conference. Indianapolis, IN.
  • Rodriguez, J. (2014, November). Changing water into wine: A poor church for the poor. Keynote lecture for the Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture at Seattle University. Seattle, WA.
  • Rodriguez, J. (2014, September). Lumen gentium among the sensus fidelium. International Conference; Lumen Gentium; 50 Years after Vatican II held at Duquesne University. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Rodriguez, J. (2014, June). When the clan others stand: The challenge and promise of interreligious dialogue.Presented for the National Association of Women in Catholic Higher Education. Seattle, WA.
  • Rodriguez, J. (2014, April). The good, the true, and the beautiful: Latina theology and its evocative glimpses. Presented for the Women’s Studies in Religion Hosts under the Graduate Theological Union. Berkeley, CA.
  • 1995–present: Individual, Marriage & Family Therapist in small private practice servicing monolingual and bilingual Latinos/as primarily. Co-therapist in CODA and Anger Intensive Weekends. Consultant and Trainer for monolingual Spanish speaking communities in areas of leadership, communication enhancement, family systems and development
  • May 1989 –June 1990: Bilingual Family Counseling Services, Ontario, California, working with cases of drug and alcohol addictions, parenting classes, adult children of dysfunctional families, couples and family therapy, court-referred cases for drug therapy, survivors of incest and sexual abuse, and co-dependency groups
  • August 1985–May 1986: Highland Sexual Assault Center, Highland County Hospital, Oakland, California – Clinical on-call social worker, psychological assessment and treatment of rape survivors
  • October 1982–February 1986 La Clinica de la Raza. Clinical experience, CA as individual, marriage, and family therapist, working with cases of COA, child abuse, drug and alcohol addictions, women in transition, bilingual/acculturation issues, domestic violence.
  • Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture, course development grant ($5,000), 2013
  • College of Arts and Sciences dean’s research fellowship ($7,000), 2013
  • Summer Faculty Fellowship, Seattle University ($7,000), 2010
  • Endowed Mission Fund for Faculty Development, Mexico Immersion: Faculty Seminar. Seattle University ($13,000), 2008
  • Awarded the Louis Gaffney Chair for 2016-2018
  • The Reverend Louis Gaffney Chair, made possible by the Jesuit community at Seattle University, promotes issues related to the Jesuit commitment to faith that does justice and supports the Jesuit ideal of teaching.
  • The Virgilio Elizondo Award for Distinguished Achievement in Theology, June 2014.
  • Presented by ACHTUS (Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States.

CONTACT
Email: jrodrigu@seattleu.edu
Phone: 206.296.5324

COURSES TAUGHT
Clinical V – Multicultural (STMC 5590)

Clinical VI – Capstone (STMC 5560)

Couples and Family Therapy: Identity and Ethics (STMC 5220 )

Assessment and Diagnosis (STMC 5720)

Couples and Family Therapy in a Multicultural Context (STMC 5210)

AREAS OF INTEREST
Coming soon

Curriculum Vitae