Church-psychology collaboration is gaining attention among professional psychologists, but few training or practical research opportunities are available for those interested in collaborating with religious leaders and organizations. The authors introduce the Center for Church-Psychology Collaboration (CCPC), with its mission to make sustained and relevant contributions to the research literature in psychology, train doctoral students in effective means of collaborating with religious organizations, and provide service to religious communities throughout the world. Domestic and global implications are discussed.
McMinn, Mark R.; Meek, Katheryn Rhoads; Canning, Sally Schwer; and Pozzi, Carlos F., "Training Psychologists to Work With Religious Organizations: The Center for Church-Psychology Collaboration" (2001). Faculty Publications - Grad School of Clinical Psychology. 162.