Psychology for Daily Life
Joshua Hook (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of North Texas. He conducts research and writes on topics related to humility, religion/spirituality, and multicultural counseling.
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Cultural Humility helps therapists to combine multicultural theory with their own lived experience to meaningfully engage diverse clients.
Helping Groups Heal enables small group leaders to develop the skills necessary to help their members experience healing and growth.
What is the research evidence for Christian therapies? Evidence-Based Practices brings together research and practice for Christian counselors.
Recent Blog Posts
When I was learning how to be a counselor in graduate school, there was a phrase we used quite a bit: “It’s not what you do... It’s what you do with what you do that counts.” The person who originally coined the phrase was named Jack Corazzini. He worked at the...read more
Most of us are familiar with the Christmas story. According to the Gospel of Luke, Joseph and Mary traveled to Bethlehem, and “while they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and...read more
I was at my Crossfit gym the other day, and the workout involved heavy kettle-bell swings. 70 pounds for men and 53 pounds for women. I tried to do the prescribed weight, but it was a struggle. I had trouble keeping up. After the workout, my back was sore for a week....read more
We each have people in our lives who annoy us. Maybe it’s a family member, friend, or co-worker. Maybe it’s your spouse or kids. When someone annoys me, my initial reaction is to get angry or distance myself from the person. This is natural—it doesn’t feel good to be...read more