Publications & Presentations

Selective Bibliography 2006-2010

Burns, J. P. (2006). Is the “Burnout” real? In D. Dietrich (Ed.), Priests for the 21st Century Summit, PA: Herder & Herder Books.

Burns, J. P. Contribution of religious and spiritual variables to well being in late life. Manuscript accepted Journal of Religion, Spirituality & Aging.

Burns, J. P., McCorkle, B. H., Leone, T., & Jong, H. Y. (2006). Sacred Gifts: A group program to enhance the experience of sacredness for elders. Boston, MA: The Danielsen Institute.

Covell, N. H., Weissman, E., Schell, B., McCorkle, B. H., Summerfelt, W. T., Weiden, P. J., & Essock, S. M. (2007). Distress with medication side effects among persons with severe mental illness. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34, 435-442.

Covell, N., McCorkle, B. H., Weissman, E., Summerfelt, T., and Essock, S. M. (2007). What’s in a name? Terms preferred by service recipients. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34¸443-447.

Dueck, A., & Goodman, D. (2007). Expiation, substitution, and surrender: Levinasian implications for psychotherapy. Pastoral Psychology, 55 (5), 601-617.

Dueck, A., Goodman, D., & Ghali, A. (in press). Christian Psychology and The (Ir)relevance of Jesus. Direction.

Dueck, A., Langdal, J., Goodman, D., & Ghali, A. (2009). Prophetic words for psychologists: Particularity, ethics and peace. Pastoral Psychology, 58, 289-301.

Dunn, E. C., McCorkle, B. H., Wan, Y. M., & Gagne, C. (2006). The making of friendships: Compeers talk about their experiences in the program. In Skirboll, B. W., Bennett, L., & Klements, M. (Eds.), Compeer: Recovery through the healing power of friends. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.

Dunn, E. C., McCorkle, B. H., Wan, Y. M., & Gagne, C. (2006). The making of friendships: Compeers talk about their experiences in the program. In Skirboll, B. W., Bennett, L., & Klements, M. (Eds.), Compeer: Recovery through the healing power of friends. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.

Goodman, D. (2009). Emmanuel Levinas. In D. Leeming, K. Madden, & S. Marlan’s (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion. Springer Reference.

Goodman, D., & Grover, S. (2008). Hineni and transference: The remembering and forgetting of the other. Pastoral Psychology, 56 (6), 561-571.

Goodman, D., Dueck, A., & Langdal, J. (in press). The ‘heroic I’: A Levinasian critique of modern narcissism. Theory & Psychology.

McCorkle, B. H. (2007). Reflections on the evolutionary study of religion: The importance of individual differences. In Sosis, R., et al. (eds.). The evolution of religion: Studies, theories, and critics. Collins Foundation Press.

McCorkle, B. H., Dunn, E. C., Wan, Y. M., & Gagne, C. (in press). Compeer Friends: A qualitative study of a volunteer friendship program for people with serious mental illness. International Journal of Social Psychiatry.

McCorkle, B. H., Rogers, E. S., Dunn, E. C., Lyass, A., & Wan, Y. M. (2008). Increasing social support for individuals with serious mental illness: Evaluating the Compeer model of intentional friendship. Community Mental Health Journal, 44, 359-366.

McCorkle, B. H., Rogers, E. S., Dunn, E. C., Wan, Y. M., & Lyass, A. (2006). A mixed methods study of the benefits of Compeer services. In Skirboll, B. W., Bennett, L., & Klements, M. (Eds.), Compeer: Recovery through the healing power of friends. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.

McCorkle, B. H., Rogers, E. S., Dunn, E. C., Wan, Y. M., & Lyass, A. (2006). A mixed methods study of the benefits of Compeer services. In Skirboll, B. W., Bennett, L., & Klements, M. (Eds.), Compeer: Recovery through the healing power of friends. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.

McCorkle, B.H., & Onofrei, C. (2008). The interplay of Anxiety and Spirituality. Counseling and Spirituality, 25(1), 11-32

McNamara, P. J. & Burns, J. P. Putnam: The birth of scientific neurology and psychology in Boston. Article invited by editor of History of Psychology. Manuscript submitted to Journal of the History of Psychology.

McNamara, P. J., & Burns, J. P. (2009) Religiosity as protective against addictions in adolescence. In Browne-Miller, A. (Ed.), Addictions and Development. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Parlow, S. & Goodman, D. (in press). The transformative action of the transference/countertransference relationship: A case example. Journal of Psychology and Christianity.

Stavros, G. (2006). Orthodox Christianity. In Dowling & Scarlett (Eds.), Encyclopedia of spiritual development in childhood and adolescence. Sage Publications.

Stavros, G. (2009). The impact of contemplative prayer on psychological, relational, and spiritual well-being: A study of the Jesus Prayer. In Chirban (Ed.), Healing in Byzantium (In Press). Holy Cross Orthodox Press.

Presentations 2006-2010

Burns, J. P., & McCorkle, B. (2007, February). The impact of Multiple Stressors on Roman Catholic Priests. Paper presented to the Clinical Staff of the US Prison Bureau Grand Rounds, Rochester, MN.

Burns, J. P. (2006, August). The ecology of the formation environment and its relationship to Catholic priest sexual offenders. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 37-Children, Youth, and Families: New Orleans, LA.

Burns, J. P. (2006, November). They closed the tomb and all withdrew: The impact of parish closings on priests. Paper presented at the Religious Research Association/ Society for the Scientific Study of Religion joint annual conference, Portland, OR.

Burns, J. P., Dhindhwal, A., & Onofrei, C. (2010, March). Personality Variables in a Sample of Clergy: Relationships, Attachment Styles & Character Traits in Context. Paper presented at APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

Burns, J. P., McCorkle, B H., & Onofrei, C. (2007, November). Clergy resilience and burnout in the face of adversity. Paper presented at the Religious Research Association/Society for the Scientific Study of Religion joint annual conference, Tampa, FL.

Burns, J., & Goodman, D. (2009, March). Psychotherapy as Moral Encounter: A Crisis of Modern Conscience. Paper presented at the Oxford Round Table, Oxford, England.

Burns, J.P. (2006, September). Finding the Right Balance: Professional Boundaries and Burnout. Presentation to VIRTUS Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Burns, J.P. (2007, November). Assessing the Level of Distress in Religious Leaders Confronted by Change. Paper presented at the Religious Research Association/Society for the Scientific Study of Religion joint annual conference in Tampa, FL.

Burns, J.P. (2007, September) What Makes for Resilient Clergy in the Face of Adversity? Paper presented at the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston annual priest convocation in Boston, MA.

Burns, J.P. (2008, July). The Impact of Priest Mental Status and Morale On Diocesan and Parish Leadership. Workshop presented to the National Catholic Education Association and the University of St. Thomas at the Leadership Institute for Executives in Catholic Education in Owatonna, MN.

Burns, J.P. (2008, June). Helping Clergy Achieve Integration, Healing and Wholeness after Trauma. Workshop presented to the Presbytery of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston in Boston, MA.

Burns, J.P. (2008, October). Ministry Seeking Understanding: Assessing the Impact of Traumatic Experiences in Roman Catholic and Other Clergy. Paper presented at the Religious Research Association/Society for the Scientific Study of Religion joint annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky.

Burns, J.P. (2009, April). Trauma and Resilience: Research on the Relationship to Religion and Clerical Leadership. Symposium presented at APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

Burns, J.P. (2009, May). Leadership styles and functions: Achieving your ministerial best with Fidelity and Courage. Keynote address presented at the Clergy Convocation for Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, WV.

Burns, J.P. (January, 2009). How are Clergy Really Doing? Effects of Priestly Mental Status and Morale on Leadership. Workshop for Region XI Presbyteral Council Chairs of California, Nevada & Hawaii in San Diego, CA.

Burns, J.P., & Goodman, D. (2009, March). Psychotherapy as Moral Encounter: A Crisis of Modern Conscience. Paper presented at the Oxford Roundtable, Lincoln College (of the Blessed Virgin Mary and All Saints) Oxford, United Kingdom.

Burns, J.P., & Goodman, D. (2009, May). How are Clergy Really Doing? Effects of Priestly Mental Status and Morale on Leadership. Presented at the Clergy Convocation for Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, WV.

Burns, J.P., & Marcotte, D. (2008, February). Helping Clergy Achieve Healthy Psychological Integration. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Mid-Year Conference and Pre-Conference Institute in Columbia, MD.

Burns, J.P., & McNamara, P. (2008, August). Putnam: The Birth of Scientific Neurology and Psychology in Boston. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 26-Society for the History of Psychology: Boston, MA.

Burns, J.P., McCorkle, Radom, & Thayer (2007, November). Historical Context of Parish Transitions in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. Paper presented at the Religious Research Association/Society for the Scientific Study of Religion joint annual conference in Tampa, FL.

Burns, J.P., & Onofrei, C. (Accepted for August 2010). Compulsive Behaviors and Clergy: A Christian Interdenominational Examination. Poster accepted for presentation at the American Psychological Association annual conference, San Diego, CA.

Cutting, M., Gebotys, R., Onofrei, C., Kantner, C. W., & Cloy, C. Y. J. (2006, August). Religiosity scales—What ought to be included? Presentation at the 2006 conference of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion, Leuven, Belgium.

Cutting, M., Gebotys, R., Onofrei, C., Kantner, C. W., & Cloy, C. Y. J. (2006, August). Religiosity scales—What ought to be included? Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Dueck, A., Langdal, J., & Goodman, D. (2007, November). Remembering Heschel: Psychological Perspectives. Symposium presented at the “Honor Heschel at 100 International Conference.” Baylor University, Waco, Texas.

Dhindhwal, A., & King, M. (2010, March). An intra-group comparison of personality aspects and thriving in clergy. Paper presented at APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

Goodman, D. & Grover, S. (2007, October). Hineni and Transference: The Remembering and Forgetting of the Other. Paper presented at the Psychology for the Other Seminar. Seattle University, Seattle, WA.

Goodman, D. (2008, August). Emmanuel Levinas and Human Identity: The Violence of the “Sovereign I.” Paper presented at a panel presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA), Boston, MA.

Goodman, D. (2009, April). The Self as Relational and Ethical: A Conversation with Relational Psychoanalysis. Invited paper presentation for symposium at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS), Orlando, FL.

Goodman, D. (2009, November). From Individual Subject to Subjected Individual: Levinas and Egological Psychologies. Paper accepted for presentation at the American Academy of Religion (AAR), Montreal, Canada.

Goodman, D., & Dueck, A. (2009, August). Enactment and Ethics: Conversation Between Psychoanalytic Theory and Levinasian Ethics. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association (APA), Toronto, Canada.

Goodman, D., Dueck, A., & Finlay, L. (2008, September). The Vulnerable Other as Sacred: The Role of Enactment in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Psychology for the Other and North American Levinas Society Conference. Seattle, WA.

Goodman, D., Goodman, P., & Moreno, D. (2008, August). Generational Differences and Performance Management: A Focus on Results and Support. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA). Boston, MA.

Goodman, D., Huett, S., Moreno, D., & Goodman, P. (2008, April). Ethics and Identity: A Brief History. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association (WPA). Irvine, CA.

Goodman, D., Langdal, J., Ghali, A., & Cortez, N. (2008, March). Modern Rationality: Implications for Ethical Identity. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA), Boston, MA.

Gunn, C. (2009, April). Clergy and Congregation Similarities and Differences in Dealing with Trauma. Symposium presented at APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

Marcelli, A., & Goodman, D. (2009, May). Why the Flesh Trade Thrives: An Examination of Two Perspectives. Paper presented at the Association for Psychological Science (APS), San Francisco, CA.

McCorkle, B. H., & Burns, J. P. (2006, October). Promoting spiritual and emotional resilience in the face of parish reorganization: Lessons learned from the Archdiocese of Boston. Paper presented at the Religious Research Association / Society for the Scientific Study of Religion joint annual conference, Portland, OR.

McCorkle, B. H., & Onofrei, C.  (2008, March).  Anxiety, negative emotions, and spirituality.  Paper presented at the APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

McCorkle, B. H., Burns, J. P., & Pargament, K. I. (2006, March). Religious coping among Roman Catholics: New R-COPE factors from a Catholic sample. Paper presented at the APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

McCorkle, B. H., McNamara, P., & Burns, J. P. (accepted for 2009, November). Personal religious practice, risky behavior, and implementation intentions among adolescents. Paper accepted for presentation at the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion annual convention, Denver, CO.

McCorkle, B.H., & Onofrei, C. (accepted for 2008, November). Cognitive changes due to compassion meditation. Paper accepted for presentation at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies annual convention, Orlando, FL.

McCorkle, B.H., Burns, J.P., Radom, A., & Thayer, P. (2007, November). Adult Parishioners Telling Their Stories. Paper presented at the Religious Research Association/Society for the Scientific Study of Religion joint annual conference in Tampa, FL.

Morris Parham, L., & Cloy, C. (2009, July). When maternal aspirations collide with adolescent risk behaviors: psychological and religious perspectives on mother-daughter developmental transitions. Paper presented at the Association of Black Psychologists annual conference in Atlanta, GA.

Neuhaus, E. C., Christopher, M., Jacob, K., Guillaumot, J., & Burns, J.P. (2006, November). Flexible CBT for Partial Hospital: From EST Protocols to Real-World Practice. Presented at ABCT Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Onofrei, C., Burns, J. B., & McCorkle, B. H. (2008, August). Mental health and religious variables among Catholic clergy under stress. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association annual conference, Boston, MA.

Onofrei, C., Kantner, W.C., & Brown, A. (2010, March). Self deception and personality styles among a group of religious leaders. Paper presented at APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

Onofrei, C., Kantner, C.W., & Stavros, G. (2010, March). Religious Affiliation, Clinical Symptomatology, and Psychotherapy Outcomes: A Naturalistic Preliminary Exploration. Poster presented at the APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

Onofrei, C. (2009, April). Preparing for Research Related to Trauma in a Variety of Christian Contexts. Symposium presented at APA Division 36 Annual Midyear Research Conference on Religion and Spirituality, Columbia, MD.

Stavros, G. (2006). Powers of the soul in Eastern Orthodox Christianity: Psychotherapeutic considerations. Danielsen Institute Professional Development and Continuing Education Series. Boston University. Boston, MA.

Stavros, G. (2007). Dynamic formulation: A bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach. Danielsen Institute Clinical Training Program. Boston University. Boston, MA.

Stavros, G. (2008). Religious experience as therapeutic experience: Psychotherapeutic considerations. American Psychological Association Annual Convention. Boston, MA.

Stavros, G. (2008). Love’s container: Understanding and moving beyond inevitable conflicts, disconnection, and disappointment in marriage. National Clergy Laity Congress of the Greek Orthodox Church in America. Washington, DC.

Stavros, G. (2009). The church in the home: Rupture and reconciliation. Metropolis of Chicago Family Synaxis. Chicago, IL.

Stavros, G. (2009). The containment of terror, shame, and self-hatred in a long-term psychotherapy with an acting-out adolescent. Boston Medical Center Psychiatric Grand Rounds. Boston, MA.

Stavros, G., & Onofrei, C. (2008). Therapeutic containment: Discussions on psychotherapy and the Eastern Orthodox churches. University of St. Thomas Series on the Relationship Between Spirituality and Mental Health: Global Perspectives. Minneapolis, MN.

Stavros, G., & Onofrei, C. (2009). Psychotherapy and religion as equal conversation partners in clinical care. Danielsen Institute Continuing Education Series. Boston University. Boston, MA.

Stuart, J., & Haney, M. (2006, June). Gender Differences in Suspicion of Child Sexual Abuse. Paper presented at the World Congress on Traumatic Stress, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Stuart, J., Tishelman, A., & Haney, M. (2007, July). Assessment of Sexualized Behavior in Children Under 12: Strategies and Complexities. Presented at the American Professional Society on Abused Children (APSAC) conference, Boston, MA.