Cody Hollist

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Cody Hollist

Associate Professor

2004 Ph.D., Marriage and Family Therapy, Brigham Young University
2001 M.S., Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Dr. Hollist is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies and the director of the Marriage and Family Therapy program. His area of research interest is Latino adolescent mental health issues and Latino family resilience. His research specifically focuses Latino adolescent use of mental health services and how family resilience. He is currently working on a longitudinal project in Brazil looking at family resilience.

Dr. Hollist currently supervises student research in the following program areas:

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2012, Emerging Scholar Research/Creative Award, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2009, McNair Faculty Appreciation Award, McNair Scholars Program, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2008, Outstanding Contribution to Undergraduate Research, UCARE and the office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2008, College Award for Distinguished Teaching, College of Education Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2008, Latino Research Initiative Fellow, University of Nebraska Lincoln2005, 2006, 2008, 2011, Certificate of Recognition for Contribution to Students, University of Nebraska Lincoln Teaching Council and the UNL Parents Association
Experience
2013 to present, Associate Professor, Family Science, Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2011 to present, Director, Marriage and Family Therapy2005-2013, Assistant Professor, Family Science, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2004-2005, Lecturer, Family Science and Marriage and Family Therapy, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Memberships
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy National Council on Family RelationsCentro de Estudos Pisicologicos de Mininos e Mininas em Situacao de Rua, CEP-RUA (the Center for Psychological Research of Boys and Girls of the Streets)