Adventist Forum presents Dr. Berecz
Adventist Forum presents John Berecz, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, on Sabbath Afternoon at 3:30 pm, January 25, 2014, in Chan Shun Hall, on the campus of Andrews University in Berrien Springs, MI.
Dr. Berecz is a clinical psychologist with forty years experience as a
therapist, university professor, and author. His Ph.D. in Clinical
Psychology is from Indiana University, Bloomington. His internship was
at Children¹s Hospital Medical Center in Boston; a Harvard Medical
School teaching hospital. For 27 years he taught psychology at Andrews
University, retiring in 2008. His 2009 textbook "Theories of
Personality" is now being used in college classrooms across the country.
In addition he has published a half dozen other books.
He is the father of three grown sons (a veterinarian, a judge, and a
school psychologist) and is married to Deborah Berecz, a Collaborative
Dr. Berecz has provided the following overview of his presentation:
"In a recent interview with Time magazine, J K Rowling described story
as 'making meaning out of chaos.' 'Angel Bones' is story ‹ my story ‹
about finding meaning in chaos. It¹s more about ³being found² than
finding. It¹s about how Sara (my moniker for Spirit) found me and
infused my personal chaos with meaning. Angel Bones is also about how
forgiveness saved my life and rehabilitated my self esteem. In sum:
three themes co-mingle in this personal narrative: Spirit, forgiveness,
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