- Graduate School - Abilene Christian University (2013-2015), Marriage and Family Therapy
- Graduate School - Saint Louis University (2015-2018), Medical Family Therapy
Angela Hiefner, Ph.D.
- Family Medicine
A Multidisciplinary, Family-Oriented Approach to Caring for Parents After Miscarriage: The Integrated Behavioral Health Model of Care.
Hiefner AR, Villareal A, Frontiers in public health 2021 9 725762
'They should walk with you': the perspectives of African Americans living with hypertension and their family members on disease self-management.
Woods SB, Hiefner AR, Udezi V, Slaughter G, Moore R, Arnold EM, Ethnicity & health 2022 Feb 1-26
Dyadic Coping and Couple Resilience after Miscarriage
Hiefner, A. R. Family Relations 2020 1 70
Protecting Family Physicians from Burnout: Meaningful Patient-Physician Relationships Are "More than Just Medicine".
Hiefner AR, Constable P, Ross K, Sepdham D, Ventimiglia JB, Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM 2022 Jul-Aug 35 4 716-723
Depressed mood and environmental mastery as potential pathways linking family relationship quality and disease self-management for African Americans with hypertension.
Woods SB, Hiefner A, Roberson PNE, Zahra N, Arnold EM, Udezi V, Family process 2022 May e12789
Implementing integrated behavioral health: Testing associations between shared clinical time and space and provider referral patterns
Hiefner, A. R. & Woods, S. B. Families, Systems, & Health 2019
Development and validation of the FACES-IV-SF
Priest, J. B., Parker, E. O, Hiefner, A. R., Woods, S. B., & Roberson, P. N. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 2020
"A silent battle": Using a feminist approach to support parents after miscarriage
Hiefner, A. R. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy 2020
- A Multidisciplinary, Family-Oriented Approach to Caring for Parents After Miscarriage: The Integrated Behavioral Health Model of Care.