June 3, at 1pm CST | By popular demand, we are excited to have Dr. Paul C. Vitz join us for part 2 of The Amazing Contributions of Paul C. Vitz to Christian Psychology!

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Paul C. Vitz, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Psychology at New York University, one of the most original contributors to Christian psychology over the past 40 years, is the author of a number of seminal Christian psychology books, including Psychology as Religion: The Cult of Self-Worship, a devastating critique of humanistic psychology, and Sigmund Freud’s Christian Unconscious, a Christian psychoanalysis of Freud that turned his avowed explanation for religion on its head, by demonstrating his public ambivalence towards God was rooted in the complexity of his family-of-origin, especially his poor relationship with his father. Since retiring from NYU, he has taught at Divine Mercy University, a Catholic graduate school of psychology, while working on, with the help of his colleagues there, A Catholic Christian Meta-Model of the Person: Integration with Psychology and Mental Health Practice, one of the few, distinctly Christian models of therapy ever developed.