McMinn discusses Christian psychology with national publication
How does psychotherapy intersect with the Christian faith? What is the role of religion or spirituality in a Christian psychologist's practice? What is the relationship between sin and psychopathology?
Mark McMinn, professor of psychology in George Fox's doctor of psychology (PsyD) program, discussed these and other questions in an article, "The Varieties of Religious Therapy: Christian Psychology," that appeared in the Nov. 16, 2011, blog of Psychology Today, a national publication devoted to all aspects of human behavior and mental health.
McMinn discussed his thoughts with Ryan Howes, whose current blog series features representatives from 12 belief systems discussing how they integrate faith with their approach to psychotherapy. You can read the article here.