Elizabeth Lewis Hall (Ph.D., Rosemead School of Psychology) is Professor of Psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University, where she teaches clinical and integration courses. In addition to teaching, she maintains a small clinical practice at the Biola Counseling Center. Her empirical research focuses on women's issues in the evangelical subculture and on the application of clinical psychology in the context of missions; she has also written on a variety of integrative topics, including embodiment and suffering. She has published in the Journal of Psychology and Theology, the Journal of Psychology and Christianity, Christian Scholars Review, Mental Health, Religion and Culture, Sex Roles, and Psychology of Women Quarterly. She lives in Whittier, California, with her husband, fellow psychologist Todd Hall, and her two sons, Brennan and Aiden.
Liz’s CCT research project is entitled “Embodiment and the Flourishing Life: An Anti-Gnostic Vision for Christian Scholarship.” She also serves as a member of CCT's Faculty Advisory Committee.