Dr. Crystal Duncan Lane Studies Family Resilience in the Context of Health

Crystal Duncan Lane, PhD, CFLE, is an assistant professor of Family Science in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA. She holds a doctorate is in Human Development with a concentration in Family Studies from Virginia Tech, and a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from East Carolina University. Dr. Duncan Lane’s research focuses on family resilience in the context of health and significant individual and family level stressors. Her Family Resilience Assessment (FRA) is a reliable and valid instrument created by operationalizing Walsh’s family resilience framework. It is a malleable instrument which may be adapted to the stressor in question and is currently translated into three languages. It is being used in the United States, Japan, Denmark, and the Philippines. For more information, contact IFNA member, Crystal Duncan Lane or see https://wmich.edu/familyconsumer/directory/duncan-lane

Recent publication:  Duncan Lane, C., Meszaros, P. S., & Savla, J. (2017). Measuring Walsh’s Family Resilience Framework: Reliability and validity of the Family Resilience Assessment among women with a history of breast cancer.  Marriage & Family Review, 53(7), 667-682. doi: 10.1080/01494929.2016.1263588

 

 

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