Dr. Archibald Hart is a licensed psychologist, certified biofeedback practitioner, and board certified diplomate fellow in psychopharmacology.
A former dean of the School of Psychology, Hart is now senior professor of psychology and is best known for his research on the hazards of ministry, depression, anxiety, divorce, stress, and sexuality. Among his numerous books are recent publications Stressed or Depressed (2005) with daughter Dr. Catherine Weber, Safe Haven Marriage (2003) with daughter Dr. Sharon Morris, Unveiling Depression in Women (2002) also with daughter Dr. Catherine Weber, Unmasking Male Depression (2001), and The Anxiety Care (2000). His most recent book is Thrilled to Death: How the Endless Pursuit of Pleasure is Leaving us Numb (2007). He is an active member of the Prescribing Psychologists Register and president of the International Network of Christian Counselors.
Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching
Cognitive psychology, stress management, psychophysiology, biofeedback, therapeutic aspects of the Christian gospel, vocational hazards of ministry