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Nwachukwu, Professor

Rev. Dr. Anthony O. Nwachukwu is Professor of Counseling Psychology and West African Studies and Chair of the New York City Ph.D. Thesis Defense Panel.

Rev. Dr. Anthony Nwachukwu, Professor of Counseling Psychology and West African Studies and Chair of the New York City Ph.D. Thesis Defense Panel, has recently been appointed Parochial Vicar of St. Fortunata Catholic Church, Brooklyn, New York.  Rev. Dr. Nwachukwu has been a member of the GTF faculty for over a decade.  Dr. Nwachukwu offers many e-tutorial courses and supervises doctoral theses for the GTF.  He has also chaired many doctoral oral defenses.  We would like to sincerely congratulate him on this new position.

To read Dr. Nwachukwu’s full faculty biography, including a comprehensive list of his publications and course offerings, please visit our website.

 

Dr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Director of Doctoral Programs in Clinical Psychotherapy

Dr. John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Director of Doctoral Programs in Clinical Psychotherapy

 

John H. Morgan, Karl Mannheim Professor of the History and Philosophy of the Social Sciences and Director of Doctoral Programs in Clinical Psychotherapy, will be moderating a Residential Institute in June of 2017.  The Institute, Meaning, Personhood and Relationships, is offered at the Dodge House, GTF administrative offices, in Mishawaka, Indiana, June 12-16 2017.

This Institute addresses the psychotherapeutic theories and treatment methodologies of Viktor Frankl (father of logotherapy), Carl Rogers (father of client-centered psychotherapy), and Harry Stack Sullivan (father of social psychiatry). The focus will be upon the viability of each of these systems of thought in pastoral care and counseling with special attention to the “integration” of these three systems. There is a background text, Clinical Psychotherapy: A History of Theory and Practice, written by the Tutor, Dr. John Morgan, and each set of three sessions will draw from a major text dealing with Frankl, Rogers, and Sullivan. 

For more information on this Residential Institute, including registration information, please click here.

To read Dr. Morgan’s full faculty profile please visit our website.

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