Associate Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy
A bilingual and bicultural clinical psychologist originally from Colombia, Dr. Rojas-Flores brings expertise in trauma, youth violence prevention, and the effects of immigration enforcement on the well-being of children and youth. Her teaching, research, and scholarship are deeply informed by culture and context.
Director of the Travis Research Institute and Professor of Psychology
Dr. Brown, a member of the Fuller faculty for more than 35 years, is a widely recognized authority in neuropsychology and psychophysiology. A prolific author and speaker, his extensive research has examined neuroscience and philosophy, science and faith, the brain’s corpus callosum, and many other areas.
Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy
Based at the Fuller Southwest campus in Arizona, Dr. Turns has focused much of her clinical and research work on families coping with an autism spectrum disorder. She trains professionals in caring for families with special needs, and is experienced in solution-focused brief therapy and medical family therapy.
Fuller is honored to announce the appointment of Alexis Abernethy as our new Associate Provost for Faculty Inclusion and Equity. Dr. Abernethy will continue her critical role on the School of Psychology faculty as well. Fuller Seminary recognizes that diversity, inclusion, and equity are educational, economic, and civic imperatives and critical to achieving academic excellence.…
Immigration Beyond Politics: Researchers at Fuller Seminary Examine How Detention and Deportation Inflict Psychological Trauma on Citizen Children
With funding provided by the Foundation for Child Development Young Scholars Program, Dr. Lisseth Rojas-Flores of Fuller Theological Seminary’s School of Psychology evaluated the role detention or deportation of a parent has on the mental health of citizen children. Results from her study are in “Trauma and Psychological Distress in Latino Citizen Children Following Parental…
FULLER, CALTECH COMPLETE $1.3 MILLION STUDY OF COMPASSION AND CARE IN L’ARCHE COMMUNITIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED
What is the nature of individuals who dedicate themselves to long-term care for persons with disabilities? For the last three years this question has been under study at the Travis Research Institute at Fuller Theological Seminary’s Graduate School of Psychology. The research was supported by a $1.3 million grant received from the John Templeton Foundation…
FULLER SEMINARY’S SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY RECEIVES GRANT FOR THE STUDY OF SPIRITUAL MINDFULNESS AND EMPATHY
国产偷拍视频The Templeton World Charity Foundation, Inc. (TWCF) has awarded a $215,950 planning grant to Fuller Theological Seminary to be administered by the Travis Research Institute (TRI) at Fuller’s School of Psychology. This grant, directed by Dr. Joey Fung, assistant professor of psychology and principal investigator, will support an 18-month exploratory study to research the capacity…
SPENCER FOUNDATION AWARDS GRANT FOR THE RESEARCH OF EDUCATION AND MINDFULNESS TO TRAVIS RESEARCH INSTITUTE
国产偷拍视频Fuller Theological Seminary’s Travis Research Institute (TRI) received a $49,909 research grant from the Spencer Foundation to study the benefits of mindfulness in improving academic and social emotional functioning in minority youths. The study is led by Dr. Joey Fung, assistant professor at Fuller’s School of Psychology, in collaboration with Dr. Anna Lau, professor of…
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