Theresa Dronet Thomas joined the Montreat College faculty in 2022 as an assistant professor of counseling psychology and program director for the Master of Science in Counseling Psychology program.
Prior to joining the Montreat faculty, she was an assistant professor of marriage and family therapy at the University of Louisiana Monroe and spent ten years as the Associate Director for Mental Health Programs at Wexford Health Sources, a correctional health care company.
She is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) in Louisiana and Texas, where she is also board approved supervisors in those states, and she is an Approved AAMFT Supervisor.
Hensley, R., Thomas, T., Sutton, J., Shannon, S., & Webb, J. (2020). An Interprofessional approach to service- learning health project for area homeless: A Case Study. Online Journal of Interprofessional Health Promotion.
Dronet, T. (2019). As If: In His Words, an Ode to Paul Watzlawick. Vitry et al. (Eds.), Diagnosis – Intervention.
Dronet, T. M. (2016). Quality Improvement and Management in Correctional Mental Health (pp. 263-274). Springer International.
Dronet, T. M. (2010). Beyond Administrative Segregation: Re-thinking Mental Health Treatment in Maximum Security Units. CorrsDoc.
Lundquist, T., Dronet, T. M. (2010). Quality Management (pp. 155-174). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
Kupers, T., Dronet, T. M., Winter, M. (2009). Beyond Isolated Confinement: Mississippi’s Experience Re-thinking Prison Classification and Creating Alternative Mental Health Programs (pp. 1037-1050). Thousand Oaks, CA: Criminal Justice and Behavior.