Tom Francis, Psy.D.
Dr. Tom Francis joined the UCCS Psychology Department in Fall of 2020. After receiving a B.S. in Psychology from Wright State, he later studied film production before receiving his Psy.D. in Organizational Leadership from University of the Rockies. He is also a certified executive coach with the International Coaching Federation [ICF].
Areas of Interest
Industrial/Organizational psychology, developmental and life-span psychology, leadership and film related courses.
Psy.D. Organizational Leadership, University of the Rockies
M.A. Organizational Leadership, University of the Rockies
B.S. Psychology, Wright State University
PSY 1000 General Psychology
PSY 3480 Selected Topics in Psychology
PSY 3620 Developmental Psychology
PSY 3930: Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 6610: Seminar in Cognition
Certified Coach [ACC] with International Coaching Federation [ICF]
Hogan Personality Assessments
Leadership Versatility Index [LVI]
Allen, L.W., Manning, L. Francis, T., & Gentry, W. (2011). The Coach’s View: Best Practices for Successful Coaching Engagements. [White paper]. Center for Creative Leadership. https://www.ccl.org/articles/white-papers/the-coachs-view-best-practices-for-successful-coaching-engagements/
Allen, L.W., Manning, L. Francis, T., & Gentry, W. (2012). The Coach’s View: Coach and Coachee Characteristics Add Up to Successful Coaching Engagements. [White paper]. Center for Creative Leadership. https://www.ccl.org/articles/white-papers/the-coachs-view-coach-and-coachee-characteristics-add-up-to-successful-coaching-engagements/
American Psychological Association [APA]
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology [APA Division 14]
Society for Media Psychology and Technology [APA Division 46]
Representative and Recent Service/Leadership Roles
Member of APA Film and Other Media Committee (2016-2019)
Faculty Advisor to Psi Chi
Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division 2)