John C. Carr, PhD
John C. Carr's PhD (1980 - Pastoral Psychology & Counseling) is from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and Northwestern University, Evanston, ILL. He earned a BD (1962 - Old Testament concentration) from Knox College, Toronto and a ThM (1971 - Pastoral Theology) from Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, NJ. In 2017, Knox College honoured him with a Doctor of Divinity degree, honoris causa. John is a former AAPC Diplomate; former CASC/ACSS Teaching Supervisor in CPE and PCE; retired member of AAMFT (former Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor) and was a Registered Psychologist until he retired that credential in 2019. He is retired after five decades of professional practice as a parish minister, pastoral psychotherapist, and clinical pastoral educator. John was a member of St. Stephen's DMin Program Committee (1975-2018) and MPS/ Psychotherapy & Spirituality Department Program Committee (1999 to 2018). He guided DMin and Master's dissertations and theses. He taught therapy theory and practice courses in the Master's program and assisted, in various ways, with courses for DMin students. John has a longstanding interest, and has published extensively, in research methodology, professional formation, and cross-cultural and pastoral theory/theology and practice. He spent 15 months as Visiting Fellow, Pastoral Counselling & Education at the Campbell Centre in Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand and has taught therapy theory and research methodology at the Mar Thoma Seminary in Kottayam, Kerala, S. India. John was installed as Professor Emeritus at St. Stephen's College's Fall 2018 Convocation.