About Dr. Lynch
Dr. Christina Lynch is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in three states (Virginia, Nebraska and Colorado). She is a founding Board Member and President of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association. The mission of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association, Inc. shall be to support mental health practitioners by promoting the development of psychological theory and mental health practice which encompasses a full understanding of the human person and society in communion with the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
Dr. Lynch selected as 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient
Dr. Christina P. Lynch, Psy.D. has been selected to received the 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award from The Institute for the Psychological Sciences (IPS).
The Distinguished Alumni Award is presented on an annual basis to a graduate who has made significant contributions to society and whose accomplishments, affiliations and careers have honored the legacy of the excellence of the school.
The award was presented to Dr. Lynch at the 2015 Commencement Exercises on May 21st, 2015 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington D.C.
Dr. Christina Lynch is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in three states (Virginia, Nebraska and Colorado). She is a founding board member and current President of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association.
Click here (PDF) to see award announcement letter from IPS
This website promotes a vision with a Catholic approach to psychotherapy in which a mental health professional, views his/her profession as a vocation, guided by Catholic ethical principles. Psychology that integrates a Catholic anthropology encompasses a full understanding of the person; physical, intellectual, human and spiritual (understanding that the spiritual life is the center around which all other aspects are integrated, [Program for Priestly Formation 115]). In order to help the person become free to receive God’s healing graces, this vision utilizes a Catholic understanding of the person, and of human flourishing, in order to assess problems and to plan and implement therapeutic interventions.
Personality Disorders Booklet
The Personality Disorders Professional Reference Guide is a self explanatory “tool” for clinical professionals and clergy to serve as a useful guide for understanding the difference between characteristics of a normal personality and a disordered personality.
This guide can be a safety tool to help prevent the professional/clergy from being pulled into the trap of the “drama triangle” of a person who suffers from a personality disorder.
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