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Glenn Boyd, D. Min.
Lecturer

Contact Info:

Office: 2700 W.W. Thorne Blvd., Houston, TX 77073
Phone: (832) 472-3566
Email: gboyd@lake.ollusa.edu

Degrees:
D. Min., 2001, Houston Graduate School of Theology (Counseling)
M.A., 1987, University of Houston at Clear Lake (Psychology)
M. Div., 1981, Vanderbilt University (Ministry)
B.A., 1975, Oklahoma Christian University (Religion)

Theoretical Orientation: Brief solution-focused, collaborative, eclectic approaches
Research Interests: Spirituality & Psychotherapy, especially Postmodern Psychotherapy
Courses Taught: Practicum, Foundations of Family Therapy, Systemic Approaches to Counseling, and Professional Practice, Skills, and Issues

Publications: 

  • Boyd, G. (2003). Pastoral Conversation: Relational Listening and Open-Ended Questions, Pastoral Psychology, 51(5): 345-360.
  • Boyd, G. (2002). Is Everything Sacred?: Spiritual Practices in Postsecular Marriage and Family Therapy. Journal of the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, 7(1): 4-12.
  • Boyd, G. (1996). Pastoral conversation: A social construction view. Pastoral Psychology, March.
  • Boyd, G. (1996). Kerygma and conversation. Journal of Pastoral Care, Dec.
  • Boyd, G. (in process). Pastoral conversation: A postmodern view of expertise. Pastoral Psychology.
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