Within the existing literature that emphasizes the integration of faith and psychology, topics related to psychological assessment are rare inclusions. Yet, it is commonly recognized that assessment measures provide useful clinical infonnation. This article highlights the domain of psychological assessment as fertile ground for integrating psychology with spirituality. Three graduate-level faculty members who each teach psychological assessment courses in a clinical training program describe specific ways they integrate Christian faith and psychological assessment in the classroom. Foci for future efforts that would bring the areas of faith and psychological assessment together arc described along with some of the benefits such efforts would yield, especially for clinical practice.
Adams, Wayne; McMinn, Mark R.; and Thurston, Nancy S., "Teaching Christian Faith Integration in Psychological Assessment Courses" (2014). Faculty Publications - Grad School of Clinical Psychology. 123.