Affiliate Assistant Professor of Psychology and Marriage and Family Therapy
BS in Psychology, Colorado State University
MA in Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary
MA in Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary
PhD in Clinical Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary
Gregory Foley is an affiliate assistant professor in the School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy, where he teaches courses in psychological assessment and health psychology. Dr. Foley’s particular areas of expertise and interest include pre-procedural psychological assessment, psychotherapy and assessment in acute psychiatric settings, and medical consultation-liaison psychology. Foley’s graduate research centered on the Cognitive Science of Religion (CSR), but he has most recently been involved in clinical research on MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain (CBT-CP). Foley is a passionate educator and aside from his teaching responsibilities at Fuller Theological Seminary, he provides didactics for psychology trainees and psychiatry residents, and supervises predoctoral interns and postdoctoral fellows in clinical health psychology, acute psychiatry, and neuropsychology.
Barrett, Justin L., R. Daniel Shaw, Jonathan Grimes, Joseph Pfeiffer, and Gregory S. Foley. “Good Gods Almighty: A Report Concerning Divine Attributes from a Global Sample.” Journal of
Cognition and Culture 19 (2019): 273–90. https://doi.org/10.1163/15685373-12340059.
Greenway, Tyler S., Gregory S. Foley, Brianna C. Nystrom, and Justin L. Barrett. “Dogs, Santa Claus, and Sun Wukong: Children’s Understanding of Nonhuman Minds. In Religious Cognition in China: “Homo Religious” and the Dragon, edited by Ryan G. Hornbeck, Justin L. Barrett, and Madeleine Kang, 93–106. New York: Springer, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-62954-4.