Marcia Quackenbush, MS, MFT, MCHES

Marcia Quackenbush, MS, MFT, MCHES

Senior Editor

quam@etr.org

831-438-4060, x174


Biography

Marcia Quackenbush, MS, MFT, MCHES, is Senior Editor in charge of ETR’s newsletters. She also oversees the agency’s blog. These publications highlight the exciting work being done by ETR and its partners. They also address a range of vital issues in the worlds of public health, health care and school health.

Marcia is a licensed marriage and family therapist who brings a unique clinical background to her editing and writing. She has over 25 years' experience providing services and materials to schools and communities. Her work has included the development and delivery of trainings and presentations across the state of California and throughout the nation, along with more than 15 years of providing clinical mental health services to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Much of her clinical work has focused on adolescent and family issues, life transitions and coping with chronic and life-limiting medical conditions, and she has worked extensively with people affected by HIV.

Marcia has authored 35 published books, curricula and monographs, dozens of professional articles and over 100 health education pamphlets. She has also edited a number of books and monographs. She is an enthusiastic photographer and serves as ETR’s in-house photographer/videographer.


Current Projects

  • Smart Solutions|Health Newsletter
  • Smart Solutions|School Health Newsletter
  • ETR Annual and Quarterly Reports


Publications

Quackenbush, M. (2013). Supporting LGBTQ Youth: Creating Inclusiveness in Sexual & Reproductive Health Programs. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., and H. Severson. (2013). Staying Off Smokeless: A Program for Older Teens and Young Adults. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., and H. Severson. (2013). Staying Off Smokeless: A Program for Older Teens and Young Adults Workbook. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., and J. Minnis. (2013). Seeing the Dust Bowl: The Observer and the Observed. Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz Reads.

Quackenbush, M., and J. Minnis. (2013). Visualizing the Depression: Looking at Photos as Documentary Art. Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz Reads.

Quackenbush, M., and B. Rothbart. (2012). Reducing the Risk: Understanding Self-Identity—Building a Supportive Environment for LGBTQ Students. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Schonfeld, D., and M. Quackenbush. (2012). Coping with Loss. Principal 92, 2: 42-45.

Schonfeld, D., and M. Quackenbush. (2010). The Grieving Student: A Teacher’s Guide. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing.

Quackenbush, M., N.J. Krantzler and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: Abstinence. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., N.J. Krantzler and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: Emotional & Mental Health. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., N.J. Krantzler, L. Stang and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: Nutrition & Physical Activity. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., N.J. Krantzler and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: Tobacco. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., L. Stang, N.J. Krantzler and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: Alcohol & Other Drugs. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., L. Stang, N.J. Krantzler and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: HIV & STD Prevention. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., L. Stang, N. Gonzalez-Caro  and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: Reproductive Health. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Quackenbush, M., L. Stang, N. Gonzalez-Caro  and W.M. Kane. (2010). Health Facts: Violence & Injury Prevention. Scotts Valley: ETR Associates.

Schonfeld, D., and M. Quackenbush. (2009). After a Loved One Dies: How Children Grieve and How Parents and Other Adults Can Support Them. New York: New York Life Foundation.

Quackenbush, M., M. E. Bird and S. J. Klein. (2008). Bill Kane: Passionate Practitioner. American Journal of Public Health 98, 11: 1949-1952.