The Integration Library
The Integration Library is a special collection of books dedicated to the relationship between psychology and theology. The library is located in the north wing, on the first floor of the David Allen Hubbard Library. This is a space for students to study, research, or just to contemplate.
Hours: Monday - Saturday: 9am - 11 pm
Computer Use: The Integration Library computers are available for student use and are accessible to be used to search for full text psychological and religious articles; use of statistical programs, and printing.
Resources for Research and Information
David Allan Hubbard Library
Electronic Resources and Databases
Theological Schools of North America Index
Faculty and students in the School of Psychology are engaged in ongoing research and writing projects. In an effort to provide you with the flavor of our research, we are posting an array of publications by and about our faculty and students.
Integrative publications in Fuller Focus
Integrative publications by Fuller Faculty
Papers by Travis Scholarship Awardees
Papers by Sorenson Scholarship Awardees
Publications by the Chair of Integration
Randall Lehmann Sorenson Scholarship
This scholarship honors Fuller School of Psychology graduate, Randall Lehmann Sorenson (1954-2005) who modeled for the evangelical community creative integration of faith convictions and psychological practice. This scholarship will be awarded to the student submitting the best essay written on the integration theology and psychology. The awardee will be selected by the integration committee. The awardee will be announced at the student's graduation banquet. The student will need to be present to receive the award and in order to give a summary of the essay. The scholarship amount is $350.
Dr. Randall Lehmann Sorenson, 51, Rosemead Professor of Psychology and licensed psychologist, died Friday morning, January 21, 2005. Randy was a brilliant scholar and clinician, a much loved colleague, teacher, and mentor, a devoted husband and father, and a faithful Christian. Randy had been an annually contracted, part-time faculty member in Rosemead for 13 years and served as a clinical supervisor in the Biola Counseling Center for 8 years prior. So Randy had been an integral part of the Rosemead graduate training program for over 20 years. Due to his part-time appointment, Randy may not be known by very many within the wider Biola community; however, he presented a very strong voice for integration of faith and field across the psychological scholarly community.
Randy held both a PhD in clinical psychology from Fuller and a PsyD in psychoanalysis from the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Besides his faculty position at Rosemead, Randy also taught for the Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and carried a thriving private practice through Doulos, Inc. His vita includes over 35 publications in journals such as Psychotherapy, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Journal of Psychology and Christianity, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, and Journal of Psychology and Theology; about 50 scholarly presentations at conferences of the American Psychological Association and the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, as well as invited speaking engagements across the country. Randy's most recent book, Minding Spirituality, was published in 2004 by the Analytic Press.
Randy's instruction and mentorship were eagerly sought by Rosemead graduate students. He engaged both mind and heart and extended students' work into the scholarly arena via co-authorship in both publications and conference presentations. Randy's commitment to Christ and to excellent scholarship in glory to God resonated throughout his interactions with us and with many others in the psychological community. His warm and engaging personality in classes as well as within the faculty will be sorely missed. (From http://www.rosemead.edu/news_events/)
Papers awarded the Sorenson Scholarship
The authors of the following papers were given the Sorenson award for excellence in integrative work. To contact the author or to see a copy of the text, follow the links below.
- Martin Hsia, (Contact author for copy) Dím Sūm: "ABC" Integration of Christianity and Psychology