Congratulations to Dr. Ann-Marie Neale, Karen Horney Professor of Counseling and Psychology at the GTF and Diplomate of The Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy, for being honored during the 21st World Congress of Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy which took place in Dallas, Texas, earlier this month. Dr. Neale was presented the Rosemary Henrion Memorial Award for Excellence in Educational Leadership.
Dr. Neale works with GTF students by serving as thesis supervisor for academic doctoral students and project consultant for professional doctoral students. She also offers e-tutorials and offers copyediting services.
Dr. Neale’s e-tutorial offerings are as follows.
Dr. Muhammad Hatim, Imam Warith Deen Muhammad Professor of African American Muslim Studies, has published an article in the June edition of Plainview, a Health Care Chaplaincy online publication. The article, Spiritual Care Giving to Muslims: Contemporary American Health Care Challenges, is based upon Dr. Hatim’s recently published book, Caregiving to Muslims: A guide for Chaplains, Health Care and Social Workers.
Dr. Hatim serves GTF students as both thesis supervisor and project consultant. He also offers two e-tutorials.
Dr. C. Anthony Hunt, Faculty Fellow and E. Franklin Frazier of African-American Studies, has a chapter included in this newly released volume, Scripture and Its Interpretation: A Global, Ecumenical Introduction to the Bible. Dr. Hunt’s chapter is entitled, “African American Biblical Interpretation.” Edited by Dr. Michael Gorman, Scripture and Its Interpretation is a compilation of 24 essays/chapters by scholars from around the world, and from different Christian faith traditions, contexts and perspectives. It is recommended for preachers, teachers and students who are interested in ecumenical, comparative and context-based studies of Scripture, and is available on Amazon in hardcover and Kindle formats.
Rev. Dr. Hunt serves GTF students as thesis supervisor, project consultant and offers the following e-tutorials.