New book from IPS Press “Builds a Bridge” between Psychology and Philosophy

Philosophical Virtues and Psychological Strengths

This volume builds a bridge that permits a conversation between the best of the psychological sciences and the Catholic tradition.

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IPS Press Announces Last Book from the Late Benedict Ashley, O.P., A Culmination of His Life’s Work

Healing for Freedom: A Christian Perspective on Personhood and Psychotherapy

The final writings of renowned theologian and former IPS faculty member Benedict Ashley, O.P. (1915-2013), are now available in the newly released Healing for Freedom: A Christian Perspective on Personhood and Psychotherapy.

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IPS Alumna Authors Resource Guide for Clinical Professionals and Priests

Christina Lynch, Psy.D.

Christina Lynch, Psy.D. (2005), discusses why she chose to write the Personality Disorders Professional Reference Guide.

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Book Co-authored by Faculty Member Wins Award

The Child-Centered Play Therapy, co-authored by Dr. William Nordling is awarded the 2013 Hollis Publication Award.

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IPS Professor Publishes in Prominent Christian Journal

Christian publication invites faculty member to share thoughts in latest edition.

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A Prayerful Farewell to Fr. Ashley

Because of his love for the pursuit of truth in active conversation between Catholic thought and contemporary science, Fr. Ashley felt a great affinity for the work of IPS.

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