|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
Institutional AffiliationMailing Address
Joseph J. Guido, Assistant Professor of Psychology
Email AddressResearch Interests
Department of Psychology, Providence College,
Providence, RI 02918-001 USA
I am primarily interested in images of God as they
are related to 1) normal and pathological development and experience, 2) coping with adversity, and 3) the psychological experience of religious professionals and adepts. I am also interested in the religious
development of college students and young adults.
- Guido, J. (in press). College students and the spirit of conversion: The sacramental context of Catholic higher education.
- Guido, J. (2001). Using religion in a time of adversity:
What it tells us about vocation candidates. Horizon: Journal of the National
Religious Vocation Conference, 26(2).
- Guido, J. (1999). Beyond broken promises: Healing the
wounds of sexual assault on campus. America, 181(8), p.12-15.
- Guido, J. (1997). Schooling the soul: A psychological
perspective on the implicit theology of Roman Catholic candidates for
Ministry. Toronto: Regis College.
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs Taught
Psychoanalytic, Object Relations, Development, Mental
Health and Psychopathology
Relevant Degrees or Certificates Available at InstitutionLanguages Spoken
PSY 490 Selected Topics: Psychology of Religion