Politics, Theology, and Spiritual Darkness with Annie Mesaros
Shauna Gauthier hosts a conversation with Annie Mesaros about Christianity’s impact on American politics, and about Annie’s theological podcast God Help Us.
The Seattle School has announced the launch of the Relationally Focused Psychodynamic Therapy Post-Graduate Certificate, beginning in fall 2019.
Kate Davis and Laura Wade Shirley share about the stories and experiences that inform their work of helping leaders deepen their resilience.
We’re thrilled to be launching the third season of text.soul.culture this week! Tune in to hear a conversation between Nicole Greenwald, Vice President of Brand & Enrollment, and our podcast hosts, Shauna Gauthier, Alumni Outreach Coordinator, and Dr. J. Derek McNeil, Acting President and Provost. Nicole, Shauna, and Derek reflect on the vision for this […]
Dwight Friesen, Associate Professor of Practical Theology, reflects on how we learn from the places we inhabit—a relational presence that transcends dogma.
B. Mason Judy writes about his time in Relatio, a collaborative project between The Seattle School and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Ballard.
Dr. Ron Ruthruff and a group of students are headed to Kenya this month as part of our Engaging Global Partnerships class.
The invitation to pilgrimage and wilderness ultimately leads to the call of serving God and neighbor—two directions of service that are inextricable.
The Seattle School’s alumni offer vital insight on how spiritual health and healing are fostered through relationship and the ministry of presence.
Dr. Steve Call talks about his new book, Reconnect, and the art of sustaining connection in marriage—even after significant disconnection.
Doug Shirley writes about the tendency to wield clinical distance and professional jargon as a shield against the risk of vulnerability between lovers.
Dr. Roy Barsness challenges us to consider love as a primary category in the work of psychotherapy and the ongoing healing process.