Susan Regas, PhD is a Distinguished Professor & Chair of the Family/child and Couple Clinical Psychology Emphasis Area (FACE). FACE recently won the Couple and Family Diversity Program Award (2016) from American Psychological Association. Dr. Regas was awarded APA's James W. Maddock Award for Excellence in Teaching (2012). Courses that she teaches range from Family Psychology, to Treatment of Sex, Intimacy and Relationship Problems, to Person-of - the Therapist Training.
Dr. Regas is President-Elect of APA Division 43: Society of Couple and Family Psychology. She is also a fellow of Division 43. She is a member of the editorial board of Couple and Family Psychology: Research & Practice, PsycCRITIQUES and American Journal of Family Therapy.
Dr. Regas is also Co-founder and Director of Training of the Couple and Family Clinical Psychology Training Program at Pasadena, Los Angeles, Inland Empire and Stanford Ronald McDonald House (RMH). Trainees support families with children with life threatening illnesses. These families come from all over the world to get treatment at local hospitals. The Family Support Services program received the Hearts and Hands Awards: Expand Reach (2015) from the Global Ronald McDonald House Charities.