Barry Grant, PhD

Program Director, School of Psychology

Contact: bgrant@ncu.edu

Areas of Expertise:

  • Client-centered therapy
  • Gifted education

Education:

  • Ph.D., Northwestern University
  • M.S., George Williams College
  • B.A., Northwestern University

Dissertation: Four voices: life history studies of moral development

Selected Publications:

  • Book – “Collected Writings of Barbara Brodley on Client-Centered Therapy,”PCCS Books (2011)
  • Book chapter – Character Problems: Gifted Education, Compulsory Schooling, and Justifications of Character Education Programs, in “Morality, Ethics, and Gifted Minds,” Springer (2009)
  • Journal article - “Looking through the Glasses: J.D. Salinger’s wise children and gifted education,” Gifted Child Quarterly, (2002)
  • Book chapter – Principled and instrumental nondirectiveness in person-centered and client-centered psychotherapy, in “Classics in the Person-Centered Approach”, PCCS Books (2002)

Selected Professional Experience:

  • Editor, Person-Centered Review, 2003-2005
  • Associate Professor & Chair, Masters in Professional Counseling, Argosy University, Dallas
  • Director, Center for Academic Precocity, Arizona State University