Geoffrey Buckley, Ph.D, M.Div., M.S.,LMFT
Adjunct Faculty Member
Geoffrey Buckley M.S., M.Div., Ph.D.
Adjunct Faculty, Psychology
Geoff is a graduate of the MFT program at CLU and has been a licensed marriage and family therapist since 1985. He and his wife, also a therapist, have a private practice in Newbury Park. Geoff sees a wide variety of clients dealing with individual and relationship problems. He has experience supervising interns and trainees, has led numerous workshops, seminars, and therapy groups, and with his wife Kathleen, hold day-long workshops for couples. Geoff has been an adjunct professor in psychology and counseling at Pepperdine and Calif. State University, Northridge since 2001 and at CLU since 2009. Geoff and his wife have authored a workbook for teaching communication to couples and he is currently completing a textbook in couple counseling for students.
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Pacifica Graduate Institute
Master of Science (MFT) California Lutheran University
Master of Divinity (M.Div.) Fuller Theological Seminary
Bachelor of Science, University of California, Los Angeles
Geoff has thirty years of experience as a Marriage and Family Therapist. He specializes in treating couples as well as individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, and various types of psychological trauma. Geoff has also taught a wide variety of classes in the graduate departments of CLU, CSUN, and Pepperdine University. Among the classes Geoff has taught include Family Counseling, Couple Counseling, Theories and Techniques of Counseling, Life Span Development, Group Therapy, Domestic Violence, Child and Adolescent Counseling, Gender and Sexuality, and Theories of Personality