Dr. Tammy Schultz, professor of counseling at Grace College and Seminary and co-author of the recent BMH book Transformed in His Presence: The Need for Prayer in Counseling, will be speaking and teaching in Korea from May 11-24.
Dr. Schultz will be speaking at two churches, in a North Korean refugee school, at Goshin University, and at Goshin Theological Seminary. She will be speaking about prayer with all of these groups.
Dr. Schultz has made several presentations at the Canadian Association of College and University Services Annual Conference, the Canadian Psychological Association, the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Association’s Division 17 Great Lakes Conference, and the Association for Women in Psychology Conference.
She has also published articles on the topic of childhood sexual abuse and ethics. Her salient interests are looking at the issue of suffering and how this impacts a person’s spiritual walk. Other areas of interest include prayer and counseling.
Her book on prayer in counseling, co-authored with Dr. Roger Peugh of the Grace faculty, is available at www.bmhbooks.com.