College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
Dr. Marsh is a licensed psychologist in California, and has been with Walden for 12 years as core faculty. She completed her undergraduate studies at UC Santa Cruz, and her doctoral program in Counseling Psychology at the University of Southern California. She spent time following graduation working in the higher education industry for Walden's parent company, Laureate Education. She completed her post-doc at Pacific Psychological Associates, administering cognitive, personality, vocational and neurological assessments.
PSYR 8704 - Ethics & Standards of Psychological Practice
DPSY 6218 - Gender & Development
PSYC 8705 - Ethics & Standards of Professional Practice
PSYC 8781 - Psychopathology from a Clinical Perspective
PSYC 8281 - Practicum
PhD, University of Southern California
Awards / Honors
Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence, 2009
Faculty Excellence Award, 2009
Lee, A. J., Marsh, T. G. (1998). Joint ventures in distance education: Mapping uncharted terrain. American Journal of Distance Education.
Hendricks-Noble, F., Marsh, T., Ragsdale, B., Trybus, R. (2013). Case Study Makeover---A New Approach to an Old Paradigm. American Psychological Association.
Dunbar, E., Marsh, T. G. (2009). Clinical correlates of the Gough Prejudice scale (Pr) in a clinical sample.
Marsh, T. G., Patterson, C., Ford, R. (2008). Field Experience Practices in Distance Education Training Programs.
Marsh, T. G., Ford, S. J. (2009). Fieldwork in Distance Learning Programs: Ensuring Quality, Accountability, and Growth.
Dunbar, E., Marsh, T. G., Marglous, L. (2009). Mental health and vocational rehabilitation: the impact of ethnicity and gender on client success.
Marsh, T. G., Galer-Unti, R. A. (2009). Student satisfaction and perception of instructional quality in online education.