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Natasha Houston

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Health

Barbara Solomon School of Social Work

Degree Program Master of Social Work (MSW)

Dr. Houston was born and raised in Montana. She grew up riding three wheelers, exploring with her dog and horse while learning to play in a variety of different sports. Dr. Natasha Houston received her bachelors degree in Organizational Communications from MSU-B. During this time she also joined the Army as a Combat Medic. After her time was completed in the Army, she moved to Washington state to receive a masters degree in Social Work in 98. She worked for Child Protective Services for many years as a CPS investigator. After about 8 years Dr. Houston finished a doctoral degree in Educational Psychology from Nova Southeastern University. She worked for the Veterans Administration for three years before going back on Active Duty in the Navy as a LCSW. She started her employment at Walden University in 2016.


BA, Montana State University - Billings

MSW, Walla Walla University

EdD, Nova Southeastern University


Houston, N. M. (2006). Digital Text Supplement to Sociology: A Critical and Contemporary Perspective.

Houston, N. M. (2008). Evaluation of a Family-Centered Parenting Program for Culturally Diverse High-Risk Families..