Tasha Howe


Humboldt State University


Tasha R. Howe, Ph.D is a Professor of Psychology at Humboldt State University in California. She specializes in child abuse prevention and developmental psychopathology. She is on the national research team and is a lead trainer for the American Psychological Association's violence prevention parenting program, ACT Raising Safe Kids. Her textbook Marriages & Families in the 21st Century: A Bioecological Approach (2nd Edition) is currently in press with Sage Publications. She has worked on international child welfare issues as a two-time Fulbright Scholar, in 2008 in Cyprus, and in 2014 in Croatia.

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