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VOLUME 4, 2012

Sacred Spaces
The E-Journal of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors

Editor: Ryan LaMothe, Ph.D.

A Founding Editor: James Hyde

Editorial Board:
Kathleen Greider, Ph.D.; Horace Griffin, Ph.D.; Jaco Hamman, Ph.D.
Bill Harkins, Ph.D; William Schmidt, Ph.D.; Elizabeth Walker, Th.D.;
Bruce Vaughn, Ph.D.

Sacred Spaces articles contain the views and opinions of their authors and
do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of AAPC.

Submission Guidelines:
The Sacred Spaces Editorial Board is looking for more articles for future issues.
If you are interested in submitting an article, please read the Submission Guide.

 

VOLUME 4, 2012
In this issue, our contributors take up Dr. Homer Ashby's concerns by recognizing the need for vision and healing for black people from past and present systemic racism and liberating lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered people of all races from current religious and social oppressions. The writers offer this scholarship as resources for pastoral counselors and others working with marginalized groups.


A Note from the Editor
by Ryan LaMothe, Ph.D.

Sacred Spaces Mosaic
By Horace Griffin, Ph.D.

Lynching: A Post-Traumatic Stressor in a Protracted-Traumatic World
by Lee H. Butler, Jr., Ph.D.

Shackles No More: Overcoming Black Machoism and Its Discontents
by Horace Griffin, Ph.D.

Pastoral Caregivers, Bioethics and the Politics of Race
by Hellena Moon, PhD Candidate

Queer Shifts in Therapy: Appropriating Queer Theory in Pastoral Counseling
by Cody J. Sanders

 

 

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