Peter J. Jankowski, Ph.D. is a Visiting Researcher at the Danielsen Institute, Boston University; Associate Professor of Counseling, Bethel University, Mental Health Counselor, Bethel University Counseling and Health Services. He earned his doctorate in marriage and family therapy from Texas Tech University. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), and AAMFT-Approved Supervisor. He has published research in the areas of religiousness and adolescents’ and college students’ hazardous alcohol use, religion and interpersonal violence, positive psychology (forgivingness, gratitude, humility, hope, social justice, and intercultural competence), psychotherapy outcome research, differentiation-based spirituality, and clinical decision-making.
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