The Cura Psychologia Project aims to broaden the discipline of psychology toward a more unitive understanding of truth, expand psychology’s capacity to speak about character virtue development, and cultivate the moral, intellectual, and civic character qualities of those who participate in it.

Partnering Institutions

Boston College
Boston College
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Boston College

Boston College

Boston College:

Scott Seider, Psychology

Elisa Magri, Philosophy

Joshua Snyder, Theology

College of the Holy Cross
College of the Holy Cross
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College of the Holy Cross

College of the Holy Cross

College of the Holy Cross:

Mark Freeman, Psychology

Frances Maughan Brown, Philosophy

Peter Fritz, Theology

Fordham University
Fordham University
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Fordham University

Fordham University

Fordham University:

David Marcotte, Psychology

Laura Specker, Philosophy

Leo Guardado, Theology

Georgetown University
Georgetown University
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Georgetown University

Georgetown University

Georgetown University:

Adam Green, Psychology

Kate Withy, Philosophy

Frederick J. Ruf, Theology

Loyola Marymount University
Loyola Marymount University
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Loyola Marymount University

Loyola Marymount University

Loyola Marymount University:

Joseph LaBrie, Psychology

Brian Treanor, Philosophy

Amir Hussain, Theology

Seattle University
Seattle University
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Seattle University

Seattle University

Seattle University:

Kathleen Pape, Psychology

Jerome Veith, Philosophy

Jeanette Rodriguez, Theology

“If our eyes are closed . . . psychotherapy is nothing more than an effective tool of the status quo. But if we can open our eyes, or rather lift them and see more of what is possible, we will be able to move toward a critical, subversive, and perhaps even occasionally constructive moral discourse.”
~ Philip Cushman