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Eastern Central Community of Practice Presents:

 A Culture Under Stress: Standing at the Intersection of Spiritual Care and Psychology

Friday, March 5, 2021 9 AM –3:00 PM Eastern time

 

As we watch the news, it’s clear that we are a culture under great stress.  In times like this, religion and personality intersect in some unique and powerful ways, and Spiritual Care stands at that intersection. This will be an education day to consider concrete and immediate ways that we can provide Spiritual Care in our current climate.

 The morning session will be an exploration of prejudice – how dimensions of personality, religiousness, and political ideology influence attitudes toward historically disadvantaged groups. As a community of practice, we’ll discuss practical applications to our spiritual care work in educational and clinical settings.

 The afternoon session will focus on Humility and the positive psychology benefits of gratitude, well-being, and perspective taking. Again, as a community of practice, we’ll discuss practical applications to our spiritual care work in educational and clinical settings.

 During these sessions, we will have time for Question and Response, and group discussion.

 We welcome all of our ACPE community to join the ECCOP for this event, including:

  • ECCoP members
  • CPE Students
  • Pastoral Psychotherapists – up to 4 CEs will be available through NBCC at a cost of $15.
  • Spiritual Care practitioners

 This is a virtual event, using TEAMS.

 The event is complimentary, but requires advanced registration through the ACPE website.

 Licensed Clinical Counselors may apply for 2 CE hours for each session from NBCC. Available in the registration process, the cost per certificate for the 4 CE hours is $15.

 

Who Should Attend

We welcome all of our ACPE community to join the ECCOP for this event, including:

  • ECCoP members
  • CPE Students
  • Pastoral Psychotherapists (up to 4 CEs will be available through NBCC)
  • Spiritual Care practitioners
Contact Information

Mark Feldbush

Phone

  • Main: 614-722-5252 (office)
  • Cell: 614-722-5252 (office)

Email

Mark.Feldbush@nationwidechildrens.org

Website

https://profile.acpe.edu/nc__event?id=a0l4v00000G11UqAAJ

Speakers
  • Wade C. Rowatt

    Professor of Psychology, Dept of Psychology & Neuroscience

    Baylor University, Waco, TX

    Wade C. Rowatt, Ph.D.

    Education

    Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, University of Louisville, 1997

    M.A., Experimental Psychology, University of Louisville, 1997

    B.A., Psychology and Philosophy, William Jewell College, 1991

    Biography

    Dr. Rowatt joined the Baylor faculty in 1997. He completed his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology (social-personality specialization) and his B.A. in psychology and philosophy. Dr. Rowatt teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in social psychology, personality, and psychology of religion. He enjoys running and basketball.

    Dr. Rowatt uses an apprenticeship model to teach undergraduates and graduate students about psychological science (especially social-personality psychology). Along with his student collaborators*, Dr. Rowatt studies personality traits like humility, the relationship between dimensions of religiousness and prejudice, and deception.

    Awards and Honors

    Recipient of the 2017 IAPR Godin Prize for the Scientific Study of Religion.

    2017 Distinguished Service Award; American Psychological Association (Div. 36):

    2014 Virginia Sexton Mentoring Award; American Psychological Association (Div. 36):

    Representative Publications

    Rowatt, W. C. (2019).  Associations between religiosity, political ideology, and attitudes toward immigrants: A mediation path-analytic approach.  Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 11, 368-381.

    Haggard, M.C., Kaelen, R., Saroglou, V., Klein, O. & Rowatt, W. C. (2019).  Religion’s role in the illusion of gender equality: Supraliminal and subliminal religious priming increases benevolent sexism.  Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 11, 392-398.

    Krumrei-Mancuso, E. J., Haggard, M. C., LaBouff, J. P., & Rowatt, W. C. (2019). Links between intellectual humility and acquiring knowledge. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 1-16.

    *Haggard, M., Rowatt, W. C., *Leman, J. C., Meagher, B., *Moore, C., Fergus, T., ... & Howard-Snyder, D. (2018). Finding middle ground between intellectual arrogance and intellectual servility: Development and assessment of the limitations-owning intellectual humility scale. Personality and Individual Differences, 124, 184-193.

    *Hoyland, M. A., Rowatt, W. C., & Latendresse, S. J. (2017). Prior delinquency and depression differentially predict conditional associations between discrete patterns of adolescent religiosity and adult alcohol use patterns. Substance abuse: research and treatment, 10, 1178221816686060.

    Meagher, B. R., Leman, J. C., Bias, J. P., Latendresse, S. J., Rowatt, W. C. (2015). Contrasting self-report and consensus ratings of intellectual humility and arrogance. Journal of Research in Personality, 58, 35-45.

    Rowatt, W. C., Kang, L., Haggard, M. C., LaBouff, J. P. (2014). A social-personality psychological perspective on humility, religiousness, and spirituality. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 42, 31-40.

    Fergus, T. A. & Rowatt, W. C. (2014). Personal uncertainty strengthens associations between scrupulosity and both moral appraisals of intrusive thoughts and beliefs God is upset with sins. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 33, 51-74.

    Rowatt, W. C., *Johnson, M. K., *LaBouff, J. P., & *Gonzalez, A. (2013). Religious fundamentalism and right-wing authoritarianism, and prejudice: Insights from meta-analyses, implicit social cognition, and social neuroscience. In R. Paloutzian & C. Park (Eds.). Handbook of Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (2nd ed.). Guilford Press.

    Johnson, M. K., Rowatt, W. C., & LaBouff, J. P. (2012). Religion and prejudice revisited: In-group favoritism, out-group derogation, or both? Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 4, 154-168.

    Johnson, M.K., Rowatt, W. C., LaBouff, J., Patock-Peckham, J., & Carlisle, R.D. (2012). Facets of right-wing authoritarianism mediate the relationship between religious fundamentalism and attitudes toward Arabs and African-Americans. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 51, 128-142.

    LaBouff, J. P., Rowatt, W. C., Johnson, M. K., Tsang, J., & McCullough*, G. (2012). Humble people are more helpful than less humble persons: Evidence from three studies. Journal of Positive Psychology, 7, 16-29.

    LaBouff, J. P., Rowatt, W. C., Johnson, M. K., & Finkle*, C. (2011). Differences in attitudes towards out-groups in religious and non-religious contexts in a multi-national sample: A situational context priming study. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 22, 1-9.

    *Johnson, M. K., Rowatt, W. C., Petrini, L. (2011). A new trait on the market: Honesty-humility as a unique predictor of job performance. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 857-862.

    *Johnson, M. K., Rowatt, W. C., Bernard-Brak, L. M., Patock-Peckham, J. A.,*LaBouff, J. P., *Carlisle, R. D.(2011). A meditational analysis of the role of right-wing authoritarianism and religious fundamentalism in the religiosity-prejudice link. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 851-856.

    Owens, B. P., Rowatt, W. C., & Wilkins, A. L. (2011). Exploring the relevance and implications of humility in organizations. In K. Cameron and G. Spreitzer (Eds.) The Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship. Oxford University Press.

    *Johnson, M. K., Rowatt, W. C., & *LaBouff, J. P. (2010). Priming Christian religious concepts increases racial prejudice. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1, 119-126.

    *LaBouff, J. P., Rowatt, W. C. et al. (2010). Development and initial validation of an implicit measure of religiousness-spirituality. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 49, 439-455.

    Rowatt, W. C., *LaBouff, J. P., *Johnson, M., Froese, P., & Tsang, J. (2009). Associations among religiousness, social attitudes, and prejudice in a national sample of American adults. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 1, 14-24.

    Rowatt, W. C., *Powers, C., *Targhetta, V., *Comer, J., *Kennedy, S., & *LaBouff, J. (2006). Development and initial validation of an implicit measure of humility relative to arrogance. Journal of Positive Psychology, 1, 198-211.

    Rowatt, W. C., *Franklin, L., & *Cotton, M. (2005). Patterns and personality correlates of implicit and explicit attitudes toward Christians and Muslims. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 44, 29-43.

    Rowatt, W. C., & *Franklin, L. (2004). Christian orthodoxy, religious fundamentalism, and right-wing authoritarianism as predictors of implicit racial prejudice. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 14, 125-138.

    Rowatt, W. C., & Schmitt, D. (2003). Associations between religious orientation and varieties of sexual experience. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 42, 455-465.

    Rowatt, W. C., & Kirkpatrick, L. A. (2002). Two dimensions of attachment to God and their relation to affect, personality, and religiosity constructs. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 41, 637-651.

    Rowatt, W. C., *DeLue, S., *Strickhouser, L., & *Gonzalez, T. (2001). The limited role of self-monitoring on romantic partner preferences. Personality and Individual Differences, 31, 943-954.

    Rowatt, W. C., Cunningham, M. R., & Druen, P.B. (1999). Lying to get a date: The effect of facial physical attractiveness on willing to deceive prospective dating partners. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 16, 211-225.

    Rowatt, W. C., Cunningham, M. R., & Druen, P. B. (1998). Deception to get a date. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 24, 1228-1242.

    Ph.D. Graduates

    Joseph Leman
    Linda Kang
    Jordan LaBouff (Assistant Professor, University of Maine)
    Megan Johnson Shen (Current: Assistant Professor of Psychology in Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College; previously post-doc, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center)
    Megan Haggard, (Assistant Professor of Psychology, Francis Marion University)

    Psy.D. Graduates

    Craig Bryan
    Amanda Parsons
    Ruth Nam Bueschel
    Angela Beard
    Will Hunter
    Halle Ross

    Current Ph.D. Students

    Hilary Dunn
    Marah Al-Kire

    Courses Taught at Baylor:

    • PSY 3310 - Social Psychology
    • PSY 3399 - Positive Psychology & Well-Being
    • PSY 4327 - Personality Psychology
    • PSY 4339 - Psychology of Religion
    • PSY 4V96 - Social-Personality Psychology Research
    • PSY 5339 - Social-Organizational Psychology
    • PSY 5350 - Advanced Personality Psychology