Richard A. Hunt

Senior Professor of Psychology, Department of Clinical PsychologySchool of Psychology

Contact Information
626-584-5553
Education
BA, Texas Wesleyan College
MDiv, MA, Perkins School of Theology Southern Methodist University
PhD, Texas Christian University

Richard Hunt is senior professor of psychology. He has published and presented in the areas of marriage preparation, education, enrichment, and assessment and in clergy assessment and support.

Among recent books, he is first author of Marriage Enrichment: Preparation, Mentoring, and Outreach (1998) with L. Hof and R. DeMaria. An ordained United Methodist minister, he has been first author of five editions of the Candidacy Guidebook (fifth edition, 1996), used by all candidates seeking entry into the United Methodist ministry, and for the Theological School Inventory. He and his wife, Joan, co-authored the Caring Couples Network Handbook (1996) and are currently revising Growing Love in Christian Marriage, the denomination's official marriage manual. He is a licensed psychologist and member of the American Psychological Association, and retired member of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing

Marriage preparation, education, enrichment, and assessment; clergy assessment and spiritual formation; career, marriage, and faith; social learning and computer applications

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