- March 15, 2018
-- Dr. Dallas Stout has accepted an invitation to join the faculty of Brigham Young University – Idaho (BYU-I) beginning with their Spring 2018 semester which begins in late April. He will be teaching an inaugural online course PSYCH 342: "Abnormal Psychology".
Dr. Stout has been a member of the faculty at California State University Fullerton since 2007 where he has taught a variety of Child Development, Psychology and Counseling courses at the undergrad and graduate level. He has also been a member of the online faculty of The University of the Rockies since 2009 where he has taught a variety of graduate courses in Clinical Psychology and Industrial Organizational Psychology as well as Non-Profit Principles, Practices, Governance and Finance among other topics. He has served on 9 completed doctoral dissertations to date and presently serves on many dissertation committees. The topics fall into the following broad categories: law enforcement/
prison/diversion programs, drugs/sex abuse/domestic violence, mental illness, supported employment, and aging. Dr Stout has been invited previously to teach at The University of California, Irvine at both the undergrad and graduate level. He holds a national certification in online class design and teaching from Quality Matters (QM) as well as a similar certification from The California State University.
When he is not teaching at the University, he uses his experience to assist a variety of non-profit programs in Southern California thru DoctorS Nonprofit Consulting (http://www.doctorsconsulting.org
) which he founded with his wife Dr. Debra Stout in 2004. Dr. Stout has served on the Board of Directors for a variety of local, Countywide and Statewide programs for a variety of social issues, mostly related to youth and he continues that service today.
Dr. Stout holds a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family & Child Counseling as well as a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Family Psychology from Azusa Pacific University where he graduate with special recognition for his work with troubled youth and their families.