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This information is made available in order to facilitate research, mentorship, and teaching opportunities among scholars interested in the psychological study of religion. ALL other uses are prohibited. Name and Title
      John R. van Eenwyk, Ph.D.
Institutional Affiliation
      University of Washington
Mailing Address
      P. O. Box 1961, Univ. of Washington School of Medicine, Olympia, Washington 98507
Email AddressResearch Interests
      My research interests at present concern the relationship between psychology and religion in the healing of tauma, particularly that which results from war, oppression, and violence. I am also interested in psychologicl perspectives on religion, particularly the Christian Bible, and religious perspectives on psychology, especially the ritual aspects of psychotherapy.
Representative Publications
    • Archetypes and Strange Attractors: The Chaotic World of Symbols. (1997) Toronto. Inner City Books.
    • Switching tracks: parallel paradigms in psychology and religion. (1996) in Shafranske, E., Ed. Religion and the Clinical Practice of Psychology. Washington, D.C. The American Psychological Association.
    • Chaotic dynamics and the development of consciousness. (1996) in Mac Cormac, E.R. and Stamenov, M.I., Eds. Fractals of Brain, Fractals of Mind: In Search of A Symmetry Bond. Philadelphia. John Benjamins.
    • The chaotic dynamics of the transcendent function. (1993) in Mattoon, M.A., Ed. The Transcendent Function: Individual and Collective Aspects. Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress for Analytical Psychology. Einsiedeln, Switzerland. Daimon-Verlag.
Research Keywords
      Psychoanalytic
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs Taught
Relevant Degrees or Certificates Available at Institution
Languages Spoken
      English

 

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