Research Fellow: Psychology & Spiritual Formation
Todd W. Hall
Professor of Psychology / Editor of the Journal of Psychology and Theology at Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University
Todd W. Hall (Ph.D., Rosemead School of Psychology) is Professor of Psychology and Editor of the Journal of Psychology and Theology at Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University where he has served for the past fifteen years. Dr. Hall teaches graduate courses in the areas of the integration of psychology and theology and attachment-based psychoanalytic therapy. His scholarship focuses on relational approaches to spiritual development, psychotherapy, and leadership. Dr. Hall was the recipient of the Margaret Gorman Early Career Award by the Psychology of Religion division of the American Psychological Association in 2001, and the Narramore Award for Excellence in Integration by the Christian Association for Psychological Studies in 2011. Dr. Hall recently co-authored (with Dr. John Coe) Psychology in the Spirit: Contours of a Transformational Psychology (2010), part of IVP’s Christian Worldview Integration series. He also co-authored a chapter in Christianity and Psychology: Five Views (IVP, 2011). Dr. Hall developed the Spiritual Transformation Inventory (STI), a spiritual assessment tool used by Christian colleges and secondary schools around the country. Dr. Hall maintains a small clinical practice in which he specializes in attachment-based psychoanalytic psychotherapy with adults.