Dr. Canaan Crane
Associate Professor of Psychology, Interim University Counselor
Director of Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Program
- Shawnee Hall 113
- OBU Box 61175
Dr. Canaan Crane received a bachelor's degree in family psychology from OBU in 1997. He earned a master's degree in marriage and family therapy from OBU in 2000 and his PhD in Family Science from Oklahoma State University in 2010. He has been a licensed marital and family therapist since 2002 and an approved supervisor for the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy since 2005. Crane has been involved in counseling services at OBU, including career counseling and university counseling. He currently serves as the Director of the Marriage and Family Therapy Graduate Program.
- B.A., Oklahoma Baptist University
- M.A., Oklahoma Baptist University
- Ph.D., Oklahoma State University
- PSYC 3213: Theories of Personality
- PSYC/AMIN 3763: Basic Counseling Skills
- PSYC 4783: Theories of Counseling
- PSYC 4833: Family Therapy: Theory and Practice
- HON 2519 : Social Science Colloquium (Psychology and Theology of Wilderness Experience)
- MFT 5123: Basic Therapy Skills
- MFT 5323: Family and Individual Assessment
- MFT 5113: Models of Family Therapy
- MFT 5333: Wilderness as Therapy
- MFT 5803: Practicum
- Licensed Marital and Family Therapist, Oklahoma
- LMFT Advisory Board, Oklahoma Department of Health
- AAMFT Approved Supervisor
- OKAMFT Elections Committee Member
Crane, C. (2010). Peer and neighborhood risk contexts, and adolescents’ delinquent behaviors: The protective potential of family and neighborhood connectedness (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.
Crane, C. (Winter, 2006). Creating an effective human sexuality statement. Koinonia, 18-19.
Crane, C. & Lowe, J. (2005). Invited presentation: From Punitive to Redemptive: Steps towards creating a redemptive human sexuality policy. Presented at Association of Christians in Student Development National Conference, June 9th, 2005.