Ben Beitin, PhD
- BS, Psychology, Fordham University
- MA, Marriage and Family Therapy, Fairfield University
- PhD, Marriage and Family Therapy, Virginia Tech
- Postdoctoral, Substance Abuse Treatment with families, Liberation Programs
- American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Approved Supervisor
- American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Clinical Fellow
- COAMFTE Accreditation Site Visitor
Dr. Beitin’s research has focused on family health, stress, and resilience, particularly in immigrant populations. He has also focused on family research methodology.
- “Beitin, B. (2018). Qualitative Methodologies. In Lebow, J., Chambers, A., & Breunlin, D. (Eds.), Couple and Family Therapy, Springer, NY.
- Beitin, B & Aprahamian, M. (2014). Family Values and Traditions. In Nassar-McMillan, S.C., Hakim-Larson, J., & Ajrouch, K. (Eds.), Behavioral Care of Arab Americans: Perspectives on Culture, Psychosocial Development, and Health, (pp.67-88), New York: Springer Press.
- Beitin, B. (2012). Interview and Sampling: How many and whom. In Gubrium, J., Holstein, J., Marvasti, A., & McKinney, K. (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Interview Research: The Complexity of the Craft (pp. 243-255), 2nd, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Hernandez, E., Foley, P., & Beitin, B. (2011). Hearing the call: A phenomenological study of religion in career choice.
Journal of Career Development, 38(1), 62-88.
- Baretti, L., & Beitin, B. (2010). Creating internships in marriage and family therapy: A collaboration between a training
program and an offender reentry facility. Contemporary Family Therapy, 32, 39-51.
- Beitin, B. K., Allen, K. R., & Bekheet, M. (2010). A critical analysis of Western perspectives on families of Arab descent. Journal of Family Issues, 31(2), 211-233.
- Beitin, B., Duckett, R., & Fackina, P. (2008). Discussions of diversity in a classroom: a phenomenological study of students in an MFT training program. Contemporary Family Therapy, 30, 251-268.
- Beitin, B. (2008). Qualitative research in marriage and family therapy: Who is in the interview? Contemporary Family Therapy, 30, 48-58.
- Beitin, B, & Allen, K. (2005). A Multilevel Approach to Integrating Social Justice and Family Therapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies, 24(1), 19-34.
- Beitin, B, & Allen, K. (2005). Resilience in Arab-American Couples after September 11, 2001: A Systems Perspective. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 31 (3), 251-268.”