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Reflections on Psychology and Faith

Joshua Hook (Ph.D.) is a Professor and Psychologist. He is the author of Cultural Humility, Replanted and Helping Groups Heal. He uses psychology to help you solve problems, clarify values, and live on purpose. He lives in Dallas, Texas.

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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.

Replanted takes an honest look at the adoption and foster care journey, and provides a model for support so your family can thrive.

The Handbook of Humility brings together authors from psychology as well as other fields to address what we know and don’t know about humility.

Recent Blog Posts

What to Do When Failure Hits

What to Do When Failure Hits

The other day I received some disappointing news. A grant I had submitted and was excited about was NOT funded. Grants are kind of a strange thing. When you get one, it’s awesome. A grant allows you to do research that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to do because you...

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When You Offer Help, Be Specific

When You Offer Help, Be Specific

One of our friends had a baby last week. They had just gotten home from the hospital, and Jenn and I thought it might be nice to see if they needed any help. I sent a text first: “Let us know if you need anything!” I didn’t get a response back. Jenn sent a second...

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As Is

As Is

I was browsing on Ebay the other day, reading ads for used cars. I remember one advertisement in particular was for an older, worn-down vehicle. Somewhere in the description were these words: “As Is.” As Is “As Is” means the buyer agrees to buy the product without the...

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Change is Hard (Even When It’s Good)

Change is Hard (Even When It’s Good)

This week, our Crossfit gym moved into a new building. It’s really nice—it’s a bigger space, it has heating and air conditioning, and the bathrooms and showers are a lot nicer. The new space is even closer to our home, so the drive is shorter. Tough to Leave Still,...

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