Dr. Hunt (far left) and group on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, site of historical importance in the Civil Rights movement and American history.
The Rev. Dr. C. Anthony Hunt, Fellow and E. Franklin Frazier Professor… Continue reading
Those interested in studying how to interact with and care for survivors of disaster and community trauma as well as the work of first responders may still register for the upcoming July 20-24 GTF Institute, “Disaster and Community Trauma:… Continue reading
At this year’s 20th World Congress on Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy held in Dallas, Texas, from June 17-21, GTF Professor Dr. Ann-Marie Neale will be offering a workshop on “Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy and Twelve Step Recovery Programs.” She will discuss the… Continue reading
Students interested in attending the upcoming GTF Institute, Disasters and Community Trauma: The Emotional and Psychological Needs of Survivors and First Responders, must register & pay the deposit today. Dr. Ann-Marie Neale will moderate this Institute from July 20-24… Continue reading
Dr. Ann-Marie Neale
Ministry professionals working in the areas of chaplaincy, mental health, and service to a faith community as clergy, as well as related areas of service, are invited to attend this upcoming July 20-24 Residential Institute at the… Continue reading