Journal of Psychology and Christianity

Journal of Psychology and Christianity is a magazine focusing on Psychology and Christianity

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 1, Winter

Addressing Spiritual Dialogue in Supervision: Comparing Supervisor and Supervisee Perceptions
The behavioral science professions have produced a scarcity of research exploring the depth and frequency that spiritual issues are discussed during the supervision of counselors and practitioners in training. This article summarizes a study focused...
An Empirical Consideration of Grace and Legalism within Christian Experience
This project presents four interrelated studies. The first study involved the development of a measure of grace-orientation, The Amazing Grace Scale (TAGS). The underlying structure of this new measure seemed to involve two dimensions: (a) an internalized...
Constructing a Trail Up the Mountain of Intradisciplinary Integration
Twenty years have passed since Worthington (1994) wrote an article on intradisciplinary integration. He contrasted intradisciplinary integration - creating a theory of psychotherapy - with interdisciplinary integration in which one attempted to synthesize...
EMDR, Sexual Confusion, and God-Image: A Case Study
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and trauma-related disorders first discovered and developed in the late 1980s by Francine Shapiro (Shapiro, 1989). EMDR was originally conceptualized...
Journeys toward Spiritual Maturity among Korean Immigrant Women in Midlife
This study examined the experience of five Korean immigrant women in midlife, specifically the cultural influences on their psychological and spiritual changes in the process of integrating two different cultures. A case-study method utilizing narrative...
Mentoring: The View from Both Sides
"So, what do you say?" Dr. Spears, one of my (Lauren's) undergraduate professors in philosophy, had just asked me to work as his research assistant. Never mind the fact that I did not know how to do research, nor did I know anything about (or necessarily...
Religious Commitment and Subjective Well-Being across Christian Traditions
Much of the research and theory on personal religiousness and subjective well-being fails to consider how the traditions in which individuals practice their faith may influence results. This study reveals significantly different findings across Catholic,...