Faculty

Dr. Keith Goforth

Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling

E-mail: kgoforth7946@bryan.edu

Education

  • Ph.D, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2003
  • M.A., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, 1994
  • B.S.W., Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, 1991

Conference and Workshop Presentations

  • Goforth, K.D. (2014). Teaching in the Ukraine During a Time of Crisis. University of
    the Cumberlands, Faculty Colloquium.
  • Goforth, K.D., & Morris, M.L. (2003). Predicting Marriage Education Participation. Presented at the 65th National Council on Family Relations, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Goforth, K.D., & Morris, M.L. (2002). Gender Comparisons of Marriage Education Participants’ and Nonparticipants’ Relational Qualities and Dynamics. Presented at the 64th National Council on Family Relations, Houston, Texas.
  • Goforth, K.D., Morris, M.L., & Brown, D. (2001). Gender Comparisons of Relational Qualities of Marriage Enrichment Participants and Nonparticipants: Implications for Marketing. Presented at the 62nd National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Received the Outstanding Student Education and Enrichment Award for Research.
  • Goforth, K.D., Morris, M.L., & Brown, D. (2000). Gender Comparisons of Relational Qualities of Marriage Enrichment Participants and Nonparticipants: Implications for Marketing. Presented at the Quint State Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.
  • Goforth, K.D. Visiting Professor, Teaching Marriage and Family Counseling, Kiev Theological
    Seminary, Kiev, Ukraine (Summer, 2010-2014)

Professional Service & Memberships

  • Certified Family Life Educator by National Council on Family Relations.
  • National Council on Family Relations.
  • American Association of Christian Counselors

Grants and Awards

  • Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2006.
  • Received the Department of Child and Family Studies Outstanding Research as a Graduate Student Award, presented at the College of Human Ecology Celebration of Excellence Banquet, 2001.
  • Received the National Council on Family Relations Outstanding Student Education and Enrichment Award for Research, presented at the 62nd National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2000.
  • Honored as an Outstanding Teacher at The University of Tennessee by the Greek Association of Sororities and Fraternities, 1999.