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Professor Steve Rogers, PhD
Steven A. Rogers, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA, where he teaches courses in therapy, abnormal psychology, and clinical neuropsychology. He earned a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary's Graduate School of Psychology, where he received training in both clinical psychology and neuropsychology. In addition to teaching, he provides individual and couples psychotherapy, as well as psychological testing, at Hope Counseling Center in Santa Barbara. He also enjoys conducting research on the neuropsychology of dementia and disorders of aging.
• Christianity and psychotherapy: "Can Christians go to therapy?" "What is the role of spirituality in therapy?"
• Recent updates on depression, anxiety, or other emotional issues. What are healthy Christian approaches to mental illness and psychological difficulties?
• The Relationship between Estrogen and Depression
• The Relationship between Religious Coping and Mental Illness
• What are some of the features and treatments for the primary neurological disorders, like Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and epilepsy? What are the primary changes in memory and mood that are associated with aging?
Available Days and Times:
• Sunday Mornings
• Monday and Wednesday evenings
• Other times can be made available by arrangement