Professor of Psychology / Director of Faith Integration in the Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology, George Fox University
Mark McMinn received his undergraduate degree from Lewis and Clark College and a PhD in clinical psychology from Vanderbilt University. McMinn taught at George Fox from 1984 to 1993 before leaving to help start the PsyD program at Wheaton College, where he later assumed an endowed chair position in the integration of psychology and Christianity. He returned to George Fox in 2006 and now serves as Professor and Director of Faith Integration in the Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology. Dr. McMinn is a licensed psychologist in Oregon, a fellow and former president of APA’s Division 36, Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, and author of various trade books, professional books, journal articles and book chapters. His current research interests include the integration of psychology and Christianity, positive psychology (especially pertaining to food), and technology in psychology practice. Mark writes software, including apps for mobile devices. Mark is married to Lisa Graham McMinn, a sociologist, speaker and writer. Mark and Lisa run a small Community Supported Agriculture farm where they use sustainable farming practices to grow fruit and vegetables, tend chickens, and keep honeybees.