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Dr. John H. Morgan

Dr. John H. Morgan

Dr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Director of Doctoral Programs in Clinical Psychotherapy, is offering a new e-tutorial entitled, Clinical Psychopathology and Personality… Continue reading

New Students

Applicants who signed the privacy statement on their application form and were subsequently accepted to the GTF are excluded from lists of newly accepted students released each month.

Mr. Wilmer Altamirano Cubas has entered the Master of Theology degree program.… Continue reading

Spiritual Guidance Training Institute Launches First Cohort in Chicago

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The Spiritual Guidance Training Institute, a PRIME affiliate of the Graduate Theological Foundation, recently met with its first cohort in Chicago, IL. SGTI is the only institute of its kind to provide training and certification in both interfaith and interspiritual… Continue reading

GTF Residential Institutes

Students in attendance at the June Residential Institute

Students in attendance at the June Residential Institute

 

The Graduate Theological Foundation provides the opportunity for students to engage in on-site intensive weeks of study at the administrative offices of the GTF through attendance at a GTF Residential Institute.… Continue reading

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New E-Tutorial and Faculty Publication

Dr. John Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History & Philosophy of the Social Sciences at the GTF, has just published a new book titled Post-Biblical Religion: Essays in Secular Spirituality, and is offering… Continue reading

Pastoral Logotherapy Practicum

Practicum in Pastoral Logotherapy, July 10-14, 2017

This Practicum is open to students enrolled in any of the Graduate Center for Pastoral Logotherapy degree programs, and to students enrolled in the GTF’s Doctor of Psychology and Doctor of Philosophy in… Continue reading