Alvin Dueck was the Chair of Integration of Psychology and Theology and the Distinguished Professor of Cultural Psychologies at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology. He is a graduate of Stanford University. He was the recipient (with Dr. Han Buxin) of a grant to support cultural psychology of religion research in China and to encourage intellectual exchange with American psychologists of religion. He is the author (with Kevin Reimer) of A Peaceable Psychology.
Gregory Fried is a Professor of Philosophy at Boston College. His research focuses on defending the liberal-democratic tradition against its critics. His most recent book is Towards a Polemical Ethics: Between Heidegger and Plato. His current project is Enacting a Polemical Ethics: Through the Lens of Frederick Douglass.
A. Taiga Guterres, LCSW is a research member of the Center for Psychological Humanities & Ethics at Boston College and the managing editor of the Jesuit Educational Quarterly at the Institute for Advanced Jesuit Studies. He serves as the Program Chair for the Society for Theoretical Psychology & Philosophy and an editorial board member of Integratus: Journal of Catholic Psychotherapy.
M. Mookie C. Manalili is a psychotherapist, professor, and researcher. In terms of therapy - Mookie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker psychotherapist in private practice. In terms of teaching - he is also a Part-Time Faculty for the School of Social Work at Boston College, teaching clinical courses like Narrative Therapy. In terms of research - he consults for the Morality Lab, a social psychology and neuroscience lab, and the burgeoning Center for Psychological Humanities and Ethics.
Donna Orange is an assistant clinical professor (adjunct) and consultant/supervisor for New York University’s post-doctoral program in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Educated in philosophy, clinical psychology, and psychoanalysis, she is the author of numerous scholarly books, including Thinking for Clinicians: Philosophical Resources for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and the Humanistic Psychotherapies (2010), The Suffering Stranger: Hermeneutics for Everyday Clinical Practice (2011), Nourishing the Inner Life of Clinicians and Humanitarians: The Ethical Turn in Psychoanalysis, and Climate Crisis, Psychoanalysis, and Radical Ethics (2016), and most recently, Psychoanalysis, History, and Radical Ethics: Learning to Hear (2020). Dr. Orange was also a 2021 visiting professor of phenomenology at Duquesne University.
Frank C. Richardson is a professor of educational psychology (emeritus) at the University of Texas, Austin. He is the author or editor of several books, including Re-envisioning Psychology and Critical thinking about Psychology, and the author of many articles on theoretical psychology and the philosophy of social science. He is a past president of the Society for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology (Division 24 of the American Psychological Association) and recipient of the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society.
Steven J. Sandage, Ph.D., LP, is the Albert and Jessie Danielsen Professor of Psychology of Religion and Theology with appointments in the School of Theology and the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Boston University. He is also the Research Director and Senior Staff Psychologist at the Danielsen Institute and Visiting Faculty in Psychology of Religion at MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion, and Society in Oslo. His recent books with the American Psychological Association (APA) include Forgiveness and Spirituality in Psychotherapy; Relational Spirituality in Psychotherapy; and Spiritual Diversity in Psychotherapy. He also practices as a Licensed Psychologist at the Danielsen Institute with clinical specializations that include couple and family therapy, multicultural therapy, and spiritually-integrative therapy.
Eric Severson is a philosopher specializing in the work of Emmanuel Levinas. He is the author of Before Ethics (Kendall Hunt, 2021), Levinas's Philosophy of Time (Duquesne University Press, 2013), and Scandalous Obligation (Beacon Hill Press, 2011), and editor of eight other books. Severson teaches philosophy at Seattle University.
Cura Psychologia: Cultivating a More Virtuous Psychological Science