Darren D. Moore: Faculty Experts
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Darren D. Moore
The Family Institute, The Graduate School, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences
Clinical Professor, Psychology Department
Associate Director for Clinical Training and Supervision, Marriage and Family Therapy Program
Areas of Focus
- Obesity, weight loss, eating disorders and mental health within couple/family dynamics: Stress and mental health, body image, eating disorders, comorbidities, bariatric surgery, health promotion, couple/family relationships
- Men’s health, mental health and couple/family relationships: Depression, anxiety, anger, stress, balancing home life and work life, breadwinner stress and conflict in dating and marital relationships, including divorce and separation
- Fatherhood and fatherlessness: African American fatherhood, impact of fatherlessness and father involvement on child development and dating/marital relationships in adulthood, preparing for fatherhood, fatherhood and mental health
- Higher education administration: The COVID-19 pandemic and education, the great resignation, remote work, employee issues, leadership, faculty mental health, adjunct faculty, student issues, diversity, equity, inclusion and sense of belonging
- Obesity, weight loss, eating disorders, and mental health within couple/family dynamics
- Men’s health, mental health, and couple/family relationships
- Fatherlessness, father involvement, and fatherhood and mental health
- Higher education administration
- Psychosocial aspects of obesity, weight loss, and eating disorders, within the context of health disparities among men, African American families, and other minority populations.
- Men’s health, mental health, and couple relationships, the impact of fatherlessness and father involvement on child development and dating/marital relationships in adulthood, as well as fatherhood and mental health.
- Higher education with a focus on mental health among faculty, staff, students and administrators; leadership; employee and employer relations; stress and remote work, with an emphasis on diversity, equity, inclusion and sense of belonging
Dr. Moore is a clinical professor and has previous directed graduate programs in Marriage and Family Therapy. His degrees include a bachelor's from University of Minnesota, a master's from Valdosta State University, an MAED from Teachers College, Columbia University, and Ph.D. from Virginia Tech.