Darcy Keady is a lecturer in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies at Utah State University. She studied family relations and human development at USU and graduated with her M.S. in Family and Human Development with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy in 1999. Since graduation, she has worked in New York as a licensed MFT and as an adjunct professor. Her academic interests include marriage and family therapy, family and couple relationships, parenting, family policy, human development, divorce and stepfamily issues, stress, addiction, human sexuality, and medical sociology. She is thrilled to be at USU, and is happy to be working with college students here in Logan. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, her kids, or grandkids doing anything that is fun!
- MS, Utah State University (Family and Human Development/MFT), 1999
- BS, Utah State University (Family and Human Development/MFT), 1993
- Therapeutic Recreation Technician licensure course, Salt Lake Community College, 1988