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Assistant Professor, Counseling and Counseling Psychology, College of Letters and Sciences
Editorial Board Member, , Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy & The Counseling Psychologist.
Dr. Randall received her Ph.D. in Family Studies and Human Development from the University of Arizona. She also holds a master's degree in Clinical Psychology from North Dakota State University, and a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Indiana University.
Dr. Randall completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine, and Family Studies and Human Development at the University of Arizona. Dr. Randall was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct research at the Institute for Family Research and Counseling in Fribourg, Switzerland following her master's degree.
Stress can have deleterious effects on one’s romantic relationship (Randall & Bodenmann, 2009), however, romantic partners have the unique ability to regulate each other’s emotions during times of distress (Butler & Randall, 2013; Schoebi & Randall, 2015). Dr. Randall’s research aims to gain a greater understanding of how couples regulate stress in the context of their relationship, and what implications this may have for mental health outcomes (Randall & Schoebi, 2015). She examines this using a multi-method approach (e.g. self-report, daily diary, momentary measures of emotional experience and behavioral observations).