Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology
Education: MA, MEd
Industry Expertise: domestic violence, trauma, and applied behavior analysis
Research Interest: developmental psychology and domestic violence
Quine Jones is an adjunct professor of psychology with two master’s degrees: one in counseling psychology with a specialization in marriage and family therapy and one in education with a specialization in instructional design from California State University, Los Angeles. She has trained with psychotherapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and solution focused therapy. She has experience treating women and children that have been victims of domestic violence, working with families and facilitating groups on management, parenting training, and domestic violence. She also has experience providing applied behavior analysis techniques and therapy to children with autism. Additionally, Jones has worked alongside with Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services Social Workers and Children’s court to provide case management and therapy to court ordered clients. Jones has a passion for working with clients that have experienced extreme trauma and is passionate about introducing students to creative an effective counseling techniques. Finally, Jones is in the process of obtaining subsequent AMFT registration to finish collecting MFT hours to continue providing therapeutic services to clients.