Publications

Dr. Markie has over 70 journal publications, 13 book chapters, and has presented over 200 times in various venues. Dr. Markie is co-author of the books, The Couple and Family Technology Framework: Intimate Relationships in a Digital Age, and Focused Genograms: Attachment Focused Intergenerational Assessment of Individuals, Couples, and Families (2nd ed.). Dr. Markie also serves as the Editor in Chief for Sexual and Relationship Therapy: International Perspectives on Theory, Research, and Practice and on the editorial board of the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy.

Featured Publications:

Scholarly Books

Focused Genograms: Attachment Focused Intergenerational Assessment of Individuals, Couples, and Families (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Routledge. With Drs. Rita DeMaria and Gerald Weeks

The Couple and Family Technology Framework: Intimate Relationships in a Digital Age. New York, NY: Routledge. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein

Scholarship in Magazines and Media

For the love of technology! Sex robots and virtual reality. The Conversation. With Neil McArthur

How to manage your relationships by investing in the bank of relational happinessConsumer Health Digest. With Sara Duerkson

Me, myself, and I(phone): Attachment revisitedFamily Therapy Magazine, 33-35. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein

These ten reasons will definitely encourage you to try BDSM for better sexConsumer Health Digest. With Raven Cloud

No saber-toothed tigers: Turn sexual anxiety into sexual excitementPerformance Insider. With Angel Alonso

Gender identity. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. With Dr. Alex Iantaffi

To everything there is a season, maybe even sex!. Consumer Health Digest.

50 shades happier? The truth about BDSM participants. Psychology Today, Standard Deviations. With Dr. Michael Aaron and Dulcinea Pitagora

Clinical work with sexually and gender diverse clients. Family Therap-e News.

What’s one got to do with it?: Considering monogamous privilege. Family Therapy Magazine, 28-33. With Coreen Haym, Drs. Anne Prouty, and Kevin Zimmerman

(In)visibility in lesbian and gay families: Managing the family closet. Family Therapy Magazine, 28-29. With Dr. Mary Sue Green

The couple and family therapy technology framework—Guidance for online practice. Family Therapy Magazine, 36-39. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein

Online mediums: Assessing and treating Internet issues in relationships. Family Therapy Magazine, 18-23. With Drs. Jaclyn Cravens, and Katherine Hertlein

Ecological family therapy: Finding our way home. Family Therapy Magazine, 28-29. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein

Observing Ramadan as an interculturalist: Community, connectedness, and Islamophobia. AltMuslimah.com.

Scholarship in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Attachment to technology: The missing link. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy: Innovations in Clinical Educational Interventions, 17(1), 2-6. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein

The rise of digisexuality: Therapeutic challenges and possibilities. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 32(3/4), 334-344. With Dr. Neil McArthur.

The space between us: Technology as an interplanetary bridge. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 32(3/4), 366-373. With Ryan B. Peterson

Considering technology-based ecological elements in lesbian, gay, and bisexual partnered relationships. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 32(3/4), 291-308. With Drs. Christopher K. Belous, and Candice A. Maier, and Melissa K. Bergdall

Electronic visibility management of lesbian, gay, and  bisexual identities and relationships in young adulthoood. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy: Innovations in Clinical and Educational Interventions, 16(4), 271-285. With Drs. Christopher K. Belous, and Candice A. Maier, and Melissa K. Bergdall

Use of sexuality-focused entertainment media in sex education. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society, & Learning, 15(5), 540-552. With Dr. Ruth Neustifter, Dr. Jessica O’Reilly, and Francisco Ramirez

Consistency of my bisexual self. Journal of Bisexuality, 16(2), 1-6.

Alaskan gay male’s couple experiences of societal non-support: Coping through families of choice and therapeutic means. Contemporary Family Therapy, 33(2), 1-18. With Dr. Megan J. Murphy

Marriage and family therapists’ comfort working with lesbian and gay clients: The influence of religious practices and support for lesbian and gay human rights. Journal of Homosexuality, 57(10), 1-17. With Drs. Mary Sue Green, and Megan J. Murphy

Marriage and family therapists’ comfort level working with gay and lesbian individuals, couples, and families. The American Journal of Family Therapy, 37, 159-168. With Drs. Mary Sue Green, Megan J. Murphy, and Devon Palmanteer

Cisgenderism in family therapy: How everyday practices can delegitimize people’s gender self-designations. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 24(4), 267-285. With Dr. Gavi Ansara, and Courtney Watson

 Shedding light on thirteen years of darkness: Content analysis of articles pertaining to transgender issues in Marriage/Couple and Family Therapy Journals. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 38(S1), 244-256. With Dr. Mary Sue Green, Sarah Knowles, and April Williams

Valuing the gender-variant therapist: Therapeutic experiences, tools, and implications of a female-to-male trans-variant clinician. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy: An International Forum, 20(1), 46-65. With Juan Barbachano

Sexting behavior among college students: Implications for college clinicians. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 31(1) 1-16.With Dr. Katherine Hertlein

Electronic communication in supervisory relationships: A mixed data survey. Contemporary Family Therapy, 38(4), 424-433. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein, and Amna Haider

Marriage and family counselors’ perceived ethical issues related to online therapy. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 1-8. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein, and Jennifer Mihaloliakos

Marriage and family therapists’ use and comfort with online communication with clients. Contemporary Family Therapy, 36, 58-69. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein, and Justin Smith

How many bytes does it take? A content analysis of cyber issues in couple and family therapy journals. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 40(1), 34-48. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein, Justin Smith, and Harrison Allen

Scholarly Reviews

Designer relationships: A guide to happy monogamy, positive polyamory, and optimistic open relationships. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 31(3), 1-3. With Rena McDaniel

More than two: A practical guide to ethical polyamory. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy: An  International Forum, 27(1), 40-45. With Melissa Bergdall

‘And action!’ Teaching and learning through film. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy: An International Forum, 22(3), 225-235.

Scholarly Editorials

Special issue on gender, sexual, erotic, and relational diversity [editorial]. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 33(4), 369-370.

Comment on Infidelity from the Virtual Issues Editor of JMFT. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy Virtual Issue.

Comment on Sex Therapy from the Virtual Issues Editor of JMFT. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy Virtual Issue.

Comment from the Guest Editors of JMFT Virtual Issue on Couple and Family Therapy Technology Practices. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy Virtual Issue. With Dr. Katherine Hertlein

Comment from the Guest Editor of JMFT Virtual Issues on Sexual and Gender Diversity. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy Virtual Issue.

 

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