Graduate Theological Union

Religion and Psychology

M.A.

Faculty

 

  

Student Work

 

Jacob Hee Cheol Lee, Exploring
Shame: Re-articulation through the
Lens of Social Psychology and Korean
Theology

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Related Blogs

 

The Apostle Paul and
Post-Traumatic Stress
, the
woundedness and healing of Paul,
veterans, and others who suffer, by
Robert Collie (Ph.D. '70)

Degrees

M.A.

This area of Concentration is available to students affiliated with the following schools: ABSW, CDSP, PLTS, PSR, SFTS

Overview

This area explores the contemporary disciplines of psychology, religious traditions, and modes of care and healing. Inherent to the area is the assumption that the resources of contemporary psychology, including social psychology, racial-ethnic, feminist, and cross-cultural perspectives, provide crucial theories and methods that enhance the quality of human life and enrich understandings of religion and theology.

M.A. Requirements

 

Faculty

Core Doctoral Faculty

Daijaku Kinst (IBS)

Consortial Faculty

Peter Yuichi Clark (ABSW)

 

 

 

 

 

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