Sally D. Stabb, Ph.D. is an associate professor of counseling psychology at Texas Woman’s University, where she trains therapists, teaches and does research with a focus on diversity, gender, emotion, sexuality and other fun stuff. She is a licensed psychologist. Outside of work, her passions include travel, world dance, music, food, scuba, reading and playing Scrabble. Sally lives with her sig-o of eight plus years, his kids and one insane Jack Russell terrier (is there any other kind?).
Essays by Sally Stabb
Righteousness and Relationships from The Psychology of The Simpsons