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Carly Redding, Ph.D., HS-BCP

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Title: Assistant Professor
Phone: 678-717-3577
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Office: Strickland 151, Gainesville

Overview

Carly Redding joined the faculty at the University of North Georgia (UNG) in 2008. Currently, she resides in the Department of Sociology and Human Services, where she also serves as assessment coordinator for the department. However, she frequently teaches courses in the area of assessment, diagnosis and counseling for the Psychological Science department. Carly presently researches in the area of human trafficking, specifically how maternal warmth and attachment are protective factors associated with human trafficking in high risk, impoverished communities.

Courses Taught

HSDA 3120   Service Delivery and Interpersonal Skills

HSDA 3130   Service Delivery Small Group Systems

HSDA 3150   Organizing Human Services Delivery

HSDA 3180   Data Management  

HSDA 4300   Special Topics:  Human Trafficking

PSYC 3530   Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 4840   Counseling Clinical Theories and Interventions

PSYC 3310   Cognitive Psychology

PSYC 3090   History and Systems of Psychology

Education

  • HS-BCP, Human Services Board Certified Practitioner, Center for Credentialing and Education, 2015
  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, 2004
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology, 2001
  • Graduate Study, Experimental Psychology, Georgia College and State University, 1997
  • B.S., Experimental Psychology, Georgia College and State University, 1996

Research/Special Interests

Human Trafficking
For most of the generationally impoverished children in India, the only chance to avoid becoming victims of human trafficking is to increase the length of time in school. Therefore, the research has the primary objective of increasing the potential of children from this community to stay in school beyond the average drop out age of seven. This process is achieved through both educational development initiatives and community development activities that aim to increase the quality of maternal interactions within these slums.

Student Learning Outcomes
Research focuses on measuring and assessing global competencies of educational outcomes with students participating in a study abroad programs.  We are using a measurement that analyzes the impact of specific experiences that are implicitly or explicitly designed to facilitate growth, learning or change through an extensive demographic, life history questionnaire, a comprehensive assessment of beliefs, values and worldviews and qualitative reflection items. 

Work Experience

Before joining the faculty at UNG, Dr. Redding served as the Clinical Supervisor for Rape Counseling Services of Fresno, an Assistance Director of Golden State Psychological Health Center in San Francisco, California and Director of The Village, an adolescent day program that treats young adults suffering with severe emotional disturbances. 

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