Michael Church Faculty Biography

Michael Church, Professor of Psychology graduated from California State University of Fullerton in 1970 with a BA in Psychology. He graduated from the University of Miami with MS and Ph.D. degrees in Psychology in 1974 and 1975, respectively. After teaching for a year at the University of Rhode Island, he matriculated to King's and has been teaching full-time since 1976. Dr. Church mainly teaches courses in clinical, personality, and industrial psychology. He has co-authored six books on various topics such as: subtle suicide, dysfunctional relationships, stress management, and health psychology. His solo effort was Avoiders: How They Become ad Remain Depressed. He has been in private practice since 1980, with an office in Kingston, PA. He was Director of Clinical Psychology at First Hospital for 35 years, where inpatient psychiatric patients were treated. He performed and supervised psychological testing and group therapy there. Currently, he conducts forensic evaluations in numerous counties w involve criminal, personal injury, and parental fitness cases.

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