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Judith Clark Tingley Dodenhoff
School of Nursing

Judith Clark Tingley Dodenhoff, M.S., R.N., Assistant Professor of Nursing

B.S.N., University of Michigan School of Nursing, 1960; M.S., University of Washington, 1962; Ph.D., Arizona State University, 1978.

Assistant Professor of Nursing (Neuropsychiatric Nursing), University of Michigan School of Nursing, 1967-1969; Clinical Specialist, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona, 1970-1973; Graduate Research Assistant, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1973-1978; Adjunct Faculty Member, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1978-1981; Private Practice, Center for Brief Psychotherapy, Phoenix, Arizona since 1978.

Judith Clark Tingley is a licensed psychologist in Arizona and the author of Say What You Mean/Get What You Want: A Businessperson’s Guide to Direct Communication (New York: AMACOM, Division of American Management Association, 1996). Tingley’s first husband was Theodore G. Dodenhoff, a surgical resident at University of Michigan. They were married in 1960 at Huntington, New York and divorced in 1977. She married Michael Fairchild Killion in 1985.