Check out the Society for Christian Psychology Blog


The Society for Christian Psychology (SCP), a division of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), has a new web-page and blog. For those of you interested in the theoretical and practical tasks of a Christian psychology, you ought to check it out. Yours truly will moderate the blog. Several authors will post their thoughts and ideas on a weekly basis for a month at a time. First up is the SCP director, Eric Johnson. His first post gives a bit of the background to the Society and why it exists. You may want to look around and see some of the articles, PowerPoint slides, bibliographies and the upcoming conference this September.  

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2 responses to “Check out the Society for Christian Psychology Blog

  1. Phil – thank you for your blog and this new one. What a blessing and resource to the church and to those of us in the counseling world seeking to walk with hurting people in ways that bring healing and glory to God.

  2. Looks like it has potential to be a great resource, I will definitely put a link on my blog to it.

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