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|Glenn Boyd, D. Min.
Office: 2700 W.W. Thorne Blvd., Houston, TX 77073
Phone: (832) 472-3566
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
- 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.