Faculty Profile: Terri Goslin-Jones

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Terri Goslin-Jones

School: Mind-Body Medicine

Terri Goslin-Jones, Ph.D. is a workplace psychologist, and a part-time faculty member at Saybrook University and Sofia University. Dr. Goslin-Jones expertise is in leadership development, executive coaching, group facilitation, creativity, and expressive arts. Her mission is to Discover the Wonder of People at Work™. Dr. Goslin-Jones uses Person-Centered Expressive Arts as a bridge to help her client’s access deeper levels of creativity and authenticity. She wrote her dissertation on The Perceived Effects of Person-Centered Expressive Arts on One’s Work. At Saybrook she teaches Leadership in Healthcare, Professional Seminar in Mind-Body Medicine, Dimensions of Creativity, and Expressive Arts. She co-facilitates the two-year graduate expressive arts certificate program at Sofia University. Personal passions include the art of family life, spirituality, international travel, gardening, and physical fitness.
Website: www.terrigoslin-jones.com"

Curriculum Vitae

Degrees, Discipline, Year, Institution


Current Projects and Professional Activities


Research Interests


Expertise Working with Saybrook Students


Research Expertise

Research Expertise Rating Guide:

  1. studied in a class or have read intensively on my own
  2. special training in the form of a workshop or equivalent
  3. taught a class in, or supervised research using this method (research practicum, on a dissertation or master's committee
  4. used in research myself
  5. published or presented at conferences my research using this method

Methods Traditionally Considered As Quantitative (But Need Not Be)

Laboratory Research
Field Experiments
Randomized Controlled Clinical
Quasi-experimental methods
Correlational Methods

Methods That Could Use Quantitative Or Qualitative Methods

Action Research
Survey Research
Interview Research
Observational Research
Epidemiological Research
Focus Groups
Self-Observational Methods
Narrative Methods
Feminist Methods
Content Analysis
Discovery-Oriented (psychotherapy)
Events paradigm (psychotherapy)
Archival Research
Case History Methods
Appreciative Inquiry
Multiple Case Depth Research
Hermeneutic Single Case Efficacy Design
Longitudinal research
Cross-sectional research

Methods Primarily Associated With Qualitative Research (But May Also Use Quantitative)

Ethnoautobiographical research
Grounded Theory
Heuristic Research

Types of Analysis

Simple Parametric Statistics (t-test, etc.)
Confidence intervals
Analysis of Variance (including MANOVA)
Analysis of Covariance
Regression (including multiple regression)
Discriminant Function Analysis
Structural Equation Modeling/Path Analysis
Causal Modeling
Cluster Analysis
Survival Analysis
Bayesian Analysis
Meta-analysis and effect sizes
Factor Analysis
Time series analysis
Multidimensional scaling