1 MARCIA WEBB, M.DIV., PH.D. Curriculum Vitae CONTACT Seattle Pacific University Phone: INFO Department of Clinical Psychology Fax: Third Avenue West, Suite Seattle, WA CURRENT POSITIONS Full-time (tenured) Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Private Practice Psychotherapist, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington present 1997-present EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California. Clinical Psychology Intern, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. M.Div., Graduate School of Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California. M.A. (Communications; Journalism/Print Concentration), Wheaton Graduate School, Wheaton, Illinois B.A. (Psychology), Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Winifred E. Weter Award Lecture, Toward a Theology of Mental Illness. Frank and Evelyn Freed Scholarship for "Integration of Faith and Practice," Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary. Second Prize, Theoretical Division, Travis Awards of Predissertation Study of Issues Relating to the Integration of Psychology and Religion, Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary
2 Curriculum Vitae, p.2 May McCullough Award for "Outstanding Scholarship," College Women's Club of Pasadena, California. Second Prize, Short Story Category, National Student Writing Contest sponsored by the Conference on Christianity and Literature PREVIOUS ACADEMIC POSITIONS Full-time (tenure track) Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Psychology, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Part-time Assistant Professor, Department of Graduate Psychology, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Clinical Adjunct Faculty, Department of Graduate Psychology, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Adjunct Faculty, Department of Psychology, Bastyr University, Kenmore, Washington. Adjunct Faculty, Department of Psychology, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Teacher's Assistant, School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California TEACHING EXPERIENCE Graduate Courses, Department of Clinical Psychology, Seattle Pacific University Personhood: Foundations Personality 2011-present 2009-present History and Systems of Clinical Psychology 2007-present Faculty Scholar, Living Well Initiative 2002-present Psychopathology Psychological Interventions I: Cognitive Behavioral Therapies Clinical Internship Supervision Special Topics: Issues in Diversity Faith, Meaning, and Professional Foundations: Dysfunction Faith, Meaning, and Professional Foundations: Epistemology Faith, Meaning, and Professional Foundations: Personhood 2000 Clinical Psychology: Modality Formation 2000/2002 Lifespan Development Practicum Supervision (Assessment) Learning and Cognition
3 Curriculum Vitae, p.3 Practicum Supervision (Outpatient Treatment) Graduate Courses, School of Education, Seattle Pacific University Abnormal Psychology 1998 Undergraduate Courses, Department of Psychology, Seattle Pacific University Personality University Seminar: God & Psychology in Contemporary Story Psychology of Religion 1999-present Psychology Internship Lifespan Development 1996 General Psychology Undergraduate Courses, Department of Psychology, Bastyr University Developmental & Educational Psychology 1998 PREVIOUS CLINICAL POSITIONS Ministerial Candidacy Assessment, Ministerial / Educational Board of the Free Methodist Church, Pacific Northwest Conference. Inpatient / Outpatient Psychotherapist, New Life Clinics, Seattle, Washington. Clinical Psychology Intern, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Psychotherapist, Fuller Psychological and Family Services, Pasadena, California. Psychological Assessment Clerk, University of Southern California- Los Angeles County Medical Center, Los Angeles, California. Counselor / Instructor, Inter-Community Alternative Network, Pasadena, California. Psychological Assessment Clerk, Learning Disabilities Center, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, California LICENSURE TO PRACTICE PSYCHOLOGY State of Washington #PY present
4 Curriculum Vitae, p.4 MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Social Scientific Study of Religion Division 56 of the American Psychological Association, Trauma Psychology Division 36 of the American Psychological Association, Psychology of Religion Religious Research Association Western Psychological Association American Psychological Association 2010-present 2009-present 2003-present 2003-present 2002-present 1991-present RESEARCH GRANTS Senior Faculty Grant, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Title: Community Connectedness: Persons with Mental Illness and Supported Housing. Funding: $3,520 Role: Co-Investigator Faculty Grant, Center for Biblical and Theological Education, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Title: The Book of Job: A Psychologist Takes a Whirlwind Tour. Funding: $3,722 Role: Principal Investigator Senior Faculty Grant, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Title: Severe and Persistent Mental Health Issues and the Role of the Church. Funding: $4,472 Role: Principal Co-Investigator Faculty Research Grant, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Title: Spirituality and Suffering. Funding: $2,700 Role: Principal Investigator Faculty Research Grant, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. Title: Religiosity, Abuse, and World Assumptions. Funding: $1,200 Role: Principal Investigator MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION OR UNDER REVIEW 1. Webb, M. (in preparation). Resolving anger toward God: Reflections on psychological research describing spiritual struggle. 2. Webb, M. (in preparation). The Book of Job: A psychologist takes a whirlwind tour. 3. Stinar, L., & Webb, M. (in revision). Cultural differences in understanding schizophrenia: Nervios in the Mexican community.
5 Curriculum Vitae, p.5 PUBLICATIONS Articles 1. Webb, M. (2012). Toward a theology of mental illness. Journal of Religion, Disability, & Health, 16(1), McCann, R. A., & Webb, M. (2012). Enduring and struggling with God in relation to traumatic symptoms: The mediating and moderating roles of cognitive flexibility. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 4(2), Webb, M., Charbonneau, A. M., McCann, R.A., & Gayle, K. R. (2011). Struggling and enduring with God, religious support, and recovery from severe mental illness. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(2), Stetz, K., Webb, M., Anderson, A. J., & Zucker, D. (2011). Mental health ministry: Creating healing communities for sojourners. Journal of Religion, Disability & Health, 15(2), Webb, M., Sink, C. A., McCann, R. A., Chickering, S. A., & Scallon, M. J. (2010). The Suffering with God Scale: Theoretical development, psychometric analyses, and relationships with indices of religiosity. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 21, Webb, M. (2010). The face beyond the mirror. Journal of Pastoral Counseling, 45, Webb, M., Stetz, K., & Hedden, K. (2008). Representation of mental illness in Christian self-help bestsellers. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 11(7), Webb, M., Colburn, T. A., Heisler, D., Call, S., & Chickering, S. A. (2008). Clinical correlates of dispositional forgiveness. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38(10), Webb, M., Heisler, D., Call, S., Chickering, S. A., & Colburn, T.A. (2007). Psychological maltreatment: Its relationship to shame, guilt, and depression. Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal, 31, Webb, M., Call, S., Chickering, S. A., Colburn, T. A., & Heisler, D. (2006). Dispositional forgiveness and adult attachment styles. Journal of Social Psychology, 146(4), MacDonald, D., & Webb, M. (2006). Toward conceptual clarity with psychotherapeutic theories. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 25(1), 3-16.
6 Curriculum Vitae, p Webb, M., Chickering, S. A., Colburn, T. A., Heisler, D., & Call, S. (2005). Religiosity and dispositional forgiveness. Review of Religious Research, 46(4), Webb, M. & Whitmer, K. (2003). Parental religiosity, abuse history, and maintenance of beliefs taught in the family. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 6(3), Webb, M., & Whitmer, K. (2001). Religious coping, assumptive worlds, and abuse history. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 40, Book Reviews 15. Webb, M. (2006). [Review of the book Social anxiety disorder.] American Journal of Psychiatry, 163(10), Webb, M. (2006). [Review of the book Judeo-Christian perspectives on psychology.] The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 16(1), Edwards, C., & Webb, M. (2006). [Review of the book Research in the social scientific study of religion, Volume 15.] Counseling and Values, 50(3), Webb, M. (2005). [Review of the book Interpersonal foundations of psychopathology.] American Journal of Psychiatry, 162, Webb, M. (2003). [Review of the book The years of silence are past: My father s life with bipolar disorder]. American Journal of Psychiatry, 160, Essays 20. Webb, M. (2007, October 27). In worship, we celebrate the full love we receive. Seattle Times, B5. PRESENTATIONS Community Education 1. Webb, M. (2011). Christians in hiding: Psychological disorders in the church. Two part series presentation at University Presbyterian Church, Seattle, WA. 2. Webb, M. (2004). When Christians face depression. Two part series presentation at University Presbyterian Church, Seattle, WA. 3. Webb, M. (2004). Special concerns for depressed Christians. Lecture presentation at St. John s Episcopal Church, Kirkland, WA.
7 Curriculum Vitae, p.7 Professional Addresses 4. Webb, M. (2012). The Book of Job: A psychologist takes a whirlwind tour. Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California. 5. Webb, M. (2009). Toward a theology of mental illness. Winifred E. Weter lecture series, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, Washington. 6. Webb, M. (2004). Conducting psychotherapy as a Christian. Student Society of Psychology, Seattle Pacific University. 7. Webb, M. (2003). The history of the interface between psychiatry and religion. Lecture presentation at psychiatry residents lecture series, University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, Washington. 8. Webb, M. (2002). Depression: Dispelling the myths. Lecture presentation at Fuller Theological Seminary Northwest, Seattle, WA. 9. Webb, M. (2001). Guilt and shame. Lecture presentation at a meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, Seattle, WA. 10. Webb, M. (1998). Memory of childhood trauma, therapy, and the law. Workshop presentation at Valley Counseling Associates, Renton, WA. Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations 11. Webb, M. (2011, July). Forgiving God: Reflections on psychological research describing spiritual struggle. Paper presentation at the C. S. Lewis Foundation Summer Institute s Academic Roundtable, Cambridge and Oxford, England. 12. Peterson, J., Stinar, L. D., Keller, C., Willis, S. C., Chickering, S. A., & Webb, M. (2011, April). Doubt resolution and religious maturity. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA. 13. Willis, S. C., Keller, C., Peterson, J., Stinar, L. D., Heisler Toudouze, D., Chickering, S.A., & Webb, M. (2011, April). Suffering with God, anger style, and posttraumatic growth: Loved ones response to brain injury. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA. 14. Stinar, L. D., Peterson, J., Willis, S. C., Keller, C., Charbonneau, A., McCann, R. A., Gayle, K., & Webb, M. (2011, April). Religiosity and recovery from severe mental illness. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA.
8 Curriculum Vitae, p Stinar, L. D., & Webb, M. (2009, April). Cultural differences in understanding schizophrenia: Nervios in the Mexican community. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association Convention, Portland, OR. 16. Hammond-Meyer, A., Webb, M., & Satter, E. (2008, May). Stabilizing eating and weight using a nondieting treatment as a means to improve health parameters in a population of overweight women: A Health At Any Size perspective. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Academy for Eating Disorders, Seattle, WA. 17. Holder, A.J.A., Webb, M., & Mvududu, N. H. (2008, April). Dispositional forgiveness and meaning-making: Forgiveness and spiritual struggle or endurance as moderated by adult attachment styles. Poster presentation accepted for the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Irvine, California. 18. Hedden, K., Stetz, K., & Webb, M. (2008, April). Mental disorder in popular Christian self-help literature. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Irvine, CA. 19. Hedden, K., Stetz, K., & Webb, M. (2007, October). Christian bestsellers: Portrayal of mental illness. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Washington State Psychological Association, Tacoma, WA. 20. Holder, A. J. A., & Webb, M. (2007, May). Dispositional forgiveness and spiritual struggle or endurance as mediated by adult attachment style. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, British Columbia. 21. Anderson, A. J., Webb, M., Scallon, M. J., Van Horn, H., Hedden, K., & Chickering, S. A. (2006, April). God image, internalized faith, and spiritual struggle or endurance in response to negative life events. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA. 22. Hedden, K., Webb, M., Scallon, M. J., Anderson, A. J., & Van Horn, H. (2006, April). Cognitive flexibility and coping in a community sample. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA. 23. Scallon, M. J., & Webb, M. (2006, April). Coping with HIV/AIDS: A qualitative analysis. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA.
9 Curriculum Vitae, p Scallon, M. J., & Webb, M. (2006, April). The relationship between hope and cognitive flexibility in the HIV/AIDS population. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA. 25. Van Horn, H., Webb, M., Chickering, S. A., Hedden, K., Anderson, A. J., & Scallon, M. J. (2006, April). Spirituality in relation to negative life events, coping, and traumatic impact. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA. 26. Webb, M., Chickering, S. A., Scallon, M. J., Van Horn, H., Hedden, K., & Anderson, A. J. (2006, April). The Suffering with God Scale: Theoretical development and principal components analysis. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA. 27. Webb, M., Scallon, M. J., Chickering, S. A., Hedden, K., Anderson, A. J., & Van Horn, H. (2006, April). Suffering and faith: An examination of the contributions of hope and cognitive flexibility. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, CA. 28. Stetz, K. & Webb, M. (2005, September). The Living Well Initiative: A Multidisciplinary Model of Education. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association. Seattle, Washington. 29. Colburn, T. A., & Webb, M. (2005, April). Critical analysis of body image measures. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon. 30. Webb, M., Heisler-Noojin, D., Call, S., Chickering, S., & Colburn, T. (2004, August). Forgiveness and world view assumptions. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii. 31. Webb, M., Call, S., Chickering, S. A., Colburn, T. A., & Heisler-Noojin, D. (2003, August). Religious coping, God image, and forgiveness. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario. 32. Webb, M., Chickering, S. A., Colburn, T. A., Heisler-Noojin, D., & Call, S. (2003, August). Mental health correlates of forgiveness. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.
10 Curriculum Vitae, p Webb, M., Colburn, T. A., Heisler-Noojin, D., Call, S., & Chickering, S. A. (2003, April). Psychological maltreatment, shame, guilt, and depression. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, British Columbia. 34. Webb, M., & Whitmer, K. (2000, April). Physical and emotional abuse history, religious coping, and assumptive worlds. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR. 35. Kallemeyn, M., Bradley, L. A., Bobertz, J. L., Webb, M., & Foy, D. W. (1993, April). Attitudes of seminary students toward battered women. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, Phoenix, AZ. 36. Webb, M. (1992, April). A comparison of two screening instruments for postnatal depression. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR. 37. Webb, M. (1992). Postpartum mental disorder: Diagnosis, epidemiology, and etiology. Poster session presented at the annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
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