Engage in the process of strengthening your self-awareness by exploring the interwoven disciplines of psychology and theology. Using a didactic and experiential learning approach, this course will draw on biblical, literary and psychological material to facilitate the process of selfexploration and personal growth.
Wendy Turton, M.A., LPC and Reverend Neil Turton
Ms. Turton is a GCU Counselor and teaches the Counseling: Pastoral Applications graduate course for the GCU Theology Department. She has worked in the counseling field in England and the US for over 25 years. Wendy received her undergraduate degree in Religion from Drew University and studies Theology at Wycliffe Hall Theological Seminary, Oxford, UK. Her special interest is the interrelationship between psychology and religion in personal growth and meaning.
Rev. Turton attended Wycliff Hall Theological Seminary, Oxford, UK and was ordained a Priest in the Anglican Church of England. He studied at the Tavistock Institute in London and is an expert in consultancy and the psychodynamics of groups. Rev. Turton retired from the ministry in 2012 and currently serves as a facilitator for the Diocesan Fresh Start Training program for new Episcopal ministerial clergy in NJ.