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About Dr. Throckmorton





Thanks for visiting this site. For more information about me, see my webvita.

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Bio:

Warren Throckmorton, PhD is an Associate Professor of Psychology and Fellow for Psychology and Public Policy at Grove City (PA) College. His academic work has been published by journals of the American Psychological Association, the American Mental Health Counseling Association and the Christian Association for Psychological Studies. Dr. Throckmorton is past-president of the American Mental Health Counselors Association and is past-chair of the Ethics Committee. For six years, he served on the National Provider Advisory Board of Magellan Behavioral Healthcare, the largest behavioral healthcare company in the world. In 2004, he wrote and produced the documentary, I Do Exist about identity formation. Dr. Throckmorton has appeared on the O'Reilly Factor, FOX News Live, CNN and numerous other TV and radio talk shows. His columns have been published by National Review Online and over 100 newspapers nationwide.

I should note that the views expressed on this page are my own and should not be automatically taken as the views or official positions of the Grove City College.

I am a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. My profile is here.

Founded in 2005, the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) is dedicated to the advancement of functional contextual cognitive and behavioral science and practice so as to alleviate human suffering and advance human well being.

This organization seeks:


-The development of a coherent and progressive science of human action that is more adequate to the challenges of the human condition

-The development of useful basic principles, workable applied theories linked to these principles, effective applied technologies based on these theories, and successful means of training and disseminating these developments, guided by the best available scientific evidence

-The development of a view of science that values a dynamic, ongoing interaction between its basic and applied elements, and between practical application and empirical knowledge

-Development of a community of scholars, researchers, educators, and practitioners who will work in a collegial, open, self-critical, non-discriminatory, and mutually supportive way that is effective in producing valued outcomes and in exploring the additional implications of this work, and that emphasizes open and low cost methods of connecting with this work so as to keep the focus on benefit to others.

As you will see there is much concerning sexual orientation, homosexuality, abstinence and anti-bullying on this site. These areas are of great interest to me and are currently my primary research intersts. I also have interests in mental health financing and regulation although it may be some time before that material is archived here.

A brief reference to my work in mental health counseling is here.

You can read a column about Dr. Throckmorton by Dennis Roddy of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette here.

Thanks again for visiting the site and feel free to contact me at ewthrockmorton@gcc.edu.

 

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