Daniel K Judd received an M.S. degree in family science and a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Brigham Young University. He has been a seminary and institute instructor in Utah, Arizona, and Michigan, and he was a professor of family science at BYU-Idaho. Presently Chair of the Ancient Scripture Department at BYU, he has published several articles on religious and mental health issues. He and his wife, Kaye Seegmiller Judd, have four children and reside in Orem, Utah.
Courses Taught: Book of Mormon, New Testament, LDS Marriage and Family
Areas of Expertise: Religion and Mental Health; Marriage and Family
Areas of Research: Doctrinal perspectives on current issues; Philosophy and psychology of Religion; Marriage and Family