A troubled mind is often the product of a troubled soul. Rosemead provides ongoing resource support for alumni and evangelical psychologists. These resources provide you with the knowledge and skill to treat both. By combining proven psychological methods with sound theological principles, you'll be able to maintain your professional expertise. This integrative model of psychology and theology distinguishes Rosemead as a leader in current Christian psychology.
Journal of Psychology and Theology — This quarterly publication is edited by Rosemead professor, Dr. Todd Hall. The Journal of Psychology and Theology communicates recent scholarly thinking on the interrelationships of psychological and theological concepts, with application of these concepts to professional settings.
Journal of Psychology and Christianity — This official publication of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies is edited by Dr. Peter Hill, chair of undergraduate programs at Rosemead.
Continuing Education — Continuing education workshops allow you to further develop your professional skills and stay up-to-date with what is happening in the field of clinical psychology. These workshops are regionally hosted. For more information, contact your local alumni regional chapter.
Personal Finances and Legacy Development — Request a complimentary copy of the "Life Facts and Legacy Plan". This resource provides you and your family with a concise listing of the "important" information that represents your personal estate. It also contains current tax law resources and ideas for developing or amending your will or living trust. Contact Ron Blomberg at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to request a copy of this free resource.