Dr. Deb Gorton’s experience as a clinical psychologist offers a unique perspective on faith and mental health.

Her writing challenges the status quo and calls us to embrace radical acceptance. She offers her insight on a variety of topics focused around challenging our perspectives, owning our now, and navigating the dance of balancing rational thinking with emotional experience. As a follower of Jesus Christ, any wisdom she shares finds its roots in the inspired Word of God. 

 

Notable Contributions

 
 
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Walling, S. M., Ericksson, C. B., Meese, K. J., Ciovica, A., Gorton, D. E. & Foy, D. W. (2006). Cultural identity and reentry in short-term student missionaries. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 34, 153.

 
 
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Kelly, T. A. & Gorton, D. E. (2006). The Casebook of a Residential Care Psychiatrist: Psychopharmacosocioeconomics and the Treatment of Schizophrenia in Residential Care Facilities. [Book review]. Psychiatric Services, 57, 892.

 
 

 

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