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LANE GERBER, BA, Franklin and Marshall College; PhD, University of Chicago. Individual psychotherapy; the relationship between professional and personal life; psychosocial aspects of illness and medicaltreatment; political psychology, including work with refugees.
STEEN HALLING, BA, York University; MA, Ph.D., Duquesne University. Transformations in interpersonal relationships; phenomenological approaches to psychopathology; qualitative research methods; psychology of forgiveness.
KEVIN C. KRYCKA, BA, Aquinas College; Psy. D. Illinois School of Professional Psychology.Psychological aspects of wellness and disease; issues facing sexual minorities and those with AIDS; supervision and psychotherapy; psychology of peace and hope.
GEORGE KUNZ, BA, Gonzaga University; MA, Marquette University; PhL, Gonzaga University, PhD, Duquesne University.Philosophical foundations of psychology; individual and society; ethical responsibility and the paradoxes of power and weakness as foundational for psychology.
DEBORAH M. LAMBO, BA and MA, Seattle University; MA, University of Washington.The therapeutic process and relationship dynamics, loss in human experience, trauma, children, and adolescents. Emphasis on children’s mental health.
ERICA LILLELEHT, BS, Psychology, The College of William and Mary; Psy.D. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.How rhetoric and power shape our approaches to madness and modern psychiatry; the development of the 19th century insane asylum; schizophrenia-spectrum disorders.
JAMES RISSER, BA, California State University, Long Beach; MA, PhD, Duquesne University. Nietzsche, Heidegger, Gadamer, phenomenology of space and time; the hermeneutic study of the interpretive structure of existence.
GEORGE G. SAYRE, BA, California State University Northridge, MA, Azusa Pacific University, Psy.D. Seattle Pacific University.Family psychology, family and couples therapy, human development and phenomenological research methods.
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