Kenneth Seth Macklin, Ph.D.
Adjunct Faculty Member
August 2000 – Director, Pastoral Studies Program
January 2003 Trinity College of Graduate Studies Anaheim, CA
Fulfilled administrative duties and provided spiritual direction as needed throughout all aspects of the program.
August 1996 – 2007 Professor, Trinity College of Graduate Studies Anaheim, CA
Taught a variety of courses in the Doctor of Psychology (Psy. D.) program and the Counseling Psychology (M.A.) program. Focused primarily on integrating Christian spirituality and psychology. Courses taught included the following:
Christ, the Spirit, and Agents of Change
The Psychology of Spiritual Practices
The Trinity, Human Nature, and Community
The Spiritual Disciplines
Theology and Psychotherapy
Church Dynamics (Sociological and Organizational Patterns of Power)
Christian Spirituality and Psychology
Ph. D. Graduate Theological Foundation/Oxford Oxford, England
September 3, 2014 Theological Studies Spirituality and Ethics
Master of Arts Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska
August 1998 M.A.: Christian Spirituality
Doctor of Ministry Romano-Byzantine Inst. of Religious Duluth, Minnesota
December 1996 Arts and Sciences
Eastern Orthodox Spirituality
Master of Divinity Methodist Theological School in Ohio Delaware, Ohio
Ordination United Methodist Clergy Cal/Pac Annual Conference
June 1990 Redlands U./Redlands CA.
Bachelor of Arts Southern California College (Vanguard U.) Costa Mesa, CA
July 1976 Major: Religion and Philosophy
Doctoral dissertation Spirituality and Ethics: An Integration of Theology, Psychology, and Spirituality in the Workplace, Academia, Church, and Society. The focus of thesis is an open approach to theology/spirituality through transformative intersections of bumping up against (molecular quantum physics), crash, and Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenological perspective of shock.