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Founded and focused upon the integration of psychology and the Christian faith, and formed by the insights and hard labor of many dedicated scholars, clinicians, pastors, authors, and educators, Mark McMinn and Clark Campbell present a unique, ambitious, and modest integration model in Integrative Psychotherapy. This textbook provides both a theoretical and theological dimension of integrative psychotherapy that is rooted in Christian biblical and theological teaching and in a critical and constructive engagement with contemporary psychology. Their insights are thoroughly grounded in a biblical understanding of the human condition and of God's grace in Christ and calling on his people.
Now available in paperback, this foundational work integrates behavioral, cognitive, and interpersonal models of therapy within a Christian theological framework. Not only do McMinn and Campbell integrate Christian faith and spirituality with the latest thinking in behavioral science at a theoretical level, they also integrate the theoretical and academic with the pastoral and clinical, offering a practical guide for the practitioner. For thoughtful Christian counselors, psychologists, scholars, and seminarians, Integrative Psychotherapy is an indispensable and inspiring resource.
Number of Pages: 405
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 (inches)|
Mark R. McMinn (Ph.D., Vanderbilt University) is a professor of psychology at George Fox University where he teaches in the Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology. He is a licensed clinical psychologist, board certified with the American Board of Professional Psychology and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He has written several books, including Sin and Grace in Christian Counseling, Care for the Soul, and Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality in Christian Counseling.
Clark D. Campbell (Ph.D., Graduate School of Clinical Psychology, Western Seminary, Portland, Oregon) is professor and dean of the Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. Previously he was professor of psychology and director of clinical training at George Fox University, Graduate School of Clinical Psychology in Newberg, Oregon. He also served as adjunct associate professor of psychiatry and family medicine at the Oregon Health and Sciences University and as a clinical psychologist in private practice. Many of his articles have been published in professional psychology journals including Journal of Psychology and Theology, Journal of Psychology and Christianity, Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, and The Family Psychologist.