Harkins, III, John William

Dr. John William Harkins, III

Dr. John William Harkins, III

Senior Lecturer of Pastoral Theology and Care; Director of ThD Program

Phone: 404 687-4574

Fax: 404 377-9696

Email: HarkinsB@CTSnet.edu

Office: 308 CH / Box 10F

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Dr. Harkins is interested in practical applications of pastoral theology and counseling to parish and clinical settings. Other interests include the dialogue between philosophy, psychoanalysis, and religious studies, especially the work of Donald Winnicott and Emmanuel Levinas; narrative and family systems theory in conversation with pastoral theology; issues of difference/diversity in pastoral theology; men’s studies in religion; and congregational consultation in times of conflict and transition. Dr. Harkins is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist, an approved supervisor in AAMFT, and a Diplomat in AAPC. He serves as a psychological health faculty member for CREDO, a wellness program for ECUSA and PCUSA clergy. He is an ordained Episcopal priest, and serves as Canon Associate at the Cathedral of St. Philip.

 

Education:

  • PhD, Vanderbilt University
  • MA, Vanderbilt University
  • MDiv, Vanderbilt University Divinity School
  • BA, Rhodes College

Denomination: Episcopal

Publications

Get Out! (Part 1)
GET OUT! (PART 2)
Book Review, Ron Richardson, Treating Couples in Conflict, Interpretation, , book
Feasting on the Gospels; Westminster/John Knox Press, Louisville, Kentucky, 40402-- 1396 Matthew 16:24-28 Matthew 17: 1-13 Matthew 17: 14-21, , book
Feasting on the Gospels; Theological Perspective Essays, Luke 15:1-10, Westminster/John Knox Press, Louisville, Kentucky, 40402, 2013, article
Feasting on the Gospels; Theological Perspective Essays, Luke 15: 11-32, Westminster/John Knox Press, Louisville, Kentucky, 40402, 2013, article
Feasting on the Gospels; Theological Perspective Essays, Luke 16: 1-13, Westminster/John Knox Press, Louisville, Kentucky, 40402, 2013, article
Journal of Spirituality and Mental Health, Winter/Spring 2009, “The Disconnected, Unplugged Man; A Clinical/Theological Case Study,”, 2009, journal
The Episcopal Café, “Daily Episcopalian,” 2 September 2009, “Loaves and Fishes— Salmon, in Particular.”, 2009, journal
@This Point—Theological Investigations in Church and Culture, “Hard Grief Work and Holy Saturday,” Vol. One, No. 1, Spring, 2006, article
The Episcopal Café, “The Light of Imagination,” February 13, 2011, journal
Anglican Digest (Winter 2011) and Cathedral Times, Pentecost , “They Need Not Go Away.”, 2011, article
Book Review: Clinical Pastoral Psychotherapy: Perspective and Methods in Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling, Kaplan, Steven and Forman, Bruce, 2013, journal
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