Employed at SUU since: 1989
Degrees: B.S. 1968, Our Lady of the Snows Scholasticate; M.A. 1972, University of Houston; Ph.D. 1978, Clinical Psychology, University of Houston.
Dr. Ault, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, coordinates the team-taught Models, Methods and Professional Issues in Psychology course. He also teaches Abnormal Psychology; Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy; Professional, Roles, Ethics, and Practices (PREP); and Practicum.
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, Houston, TX(1978)
APA approved Clinical Psychology Program.
Dissertation: Effects of Program Evaluation on an Early Childhood Education Program
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, Houston, TX(1972)
Thesis: Conceptualizations and Expectations of a Computerized Patient Management Project.
WORCESTER YOUTH GUIDANCE CENTER, Worcester, MA (1972-1973)
Clinical Internship in APA approved program.
Degrees and/or substantial coursework in Experimental Psychology, Theology, Philosophy, and Engineering.
SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY, Cedar City, UT
Professor of Psychology(1989 to present).
EUNICE J. MATSON FRIENDS OF THE RETARDED, Fitchburg, MA
Director of Clinical Services (1978-1988)
Wide range of administrative and clinical responsibilities for 120 clients in community residential programs.
PERSONAL ALTERNATIVES FOR LIVING (PAL) (1981 to Present)
Provide supportive living services for families as well as individuals with mental and retardation problems
DIRECT CLINICAL SERVICES (1974 to 2005).
Provide services for public schools, rehabilitation centers, juvenile justice programs, and private practice.
ASSUMPTION COLLEGE, Worchester, MA (1973-1977)
Psychology and Education
Working with staff in pre-school programs, drug rehabilitation center, youth guidance center, university setting, and public schools.
Licensed Psychologist by the state of Utah since 1991.
Strategies for Limiting Violent Behavior (SOLVE), certified instructor by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts