Nontheistic Sanctification

Gina Magyar-Russell is a licensed psychologist in Maryland and specializes in psychological and spiritual adjustment following adverse life events, with emphasis on the treatment of anxiety, mood, and spiritual problems. She has served on the Executive Committee of APA’s Division 36, The Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality and have co-authored over 40 publications on religiousness, spirituality and health, as well as depression and anxiety, in a variety of populations. She maintains an active program of research in the areas of religious and spiritual coping, sacred moments, and spiritual struggle, and she integrates religion and spirituality into her supervision of psychotherapy. She enjoys teaching courses on the treatment of psychopathology and cognitive behavior therapy, as well as serving as a doctoral dissertation mentor and supervisor for clinicians in training.

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