About Michael Stacey

An associate fellow with the Institute of Rational Emotive Therapy, Michael Stacey holds a bachelor of science in business administration from Quinnipiac College, a master of arts in counseling psychology from Goddard College, and a doctor of education from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He currently instructs students as an adjunct professor through multiple institutions of higher learning in Massachusetts and Michigan. Michael Stacey is also involved with a number of university committees and course development activities.

When he isn’t working directly with students or performing various departmental administrative functions, Michael Stacey has written several target newsletters for Central Michigan University as well as a series of workbooks on subjects related to faculty and student development. Working in conjunction with Robert M. Halliday and Curt Natusch, Mr. Stacey authored Observation Skills: Observing Team Processes & Interactions. New York City’s Pearson Publishing released this scholarly book in November of 2009.

Work History

Work History
Jan 2014 - Present

Adjunct Faculty

Wentwoth Institute of Technology
Mar 1993 - Present

Adjunct Faculty

Lesley University

Education

Education
Sep 1983 - Jul 1991

Dr. of Education

Universityof massachusettes
Sep 1979 - Jun 1981

MA

Goddard college