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The Rev. Dr. Hans Hofmann, a member of the faculty of the Princeton Theological Seminary, has been appointed associate professor of Theology at the Divinity School, and will direct a five-year study to develop mental health training for student ministers.
The study will be aimed at developing a curriculum in religion and mental health training for student ministers.
The study will be aimed at developing a curriculum in religion and mental health which may be used in Protestant theological schools. Similar studies will be carried on at Loyola University in Chicago and Yeshiva University in New York, all supported by the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
Rev. Hofmann's study will try to provide a theological understanding of the human personality with special attention to the insights, problems, and methods of depth psychology. He has studied psychology under Karl Jung, Jean Piaget, and Ludwig Binswanger, and is the author of The Theology of Reinhold Niebuhr, published last year.
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