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Tracks and Track Coordinators

Clinical Practice Track


Dr. Jared Pingleton serves as the Director of Counseling Services at Focus On The Family in Colorado Springs, CO. Before coming to Focus, Dr. Pingleton founded and directed The Relationship Center with offices in Branson and Springfield, MO, where he provided outpatient psychotherapy and supervised eight clinicians. He is the author of the book, Making Magnificent Marriages.





Marriage, Family, Sexuality & Child Track


Dr. Scott Stanley is a research professor and co-director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver. He has published widely, with core research interests including relationship commitment, couple development, and the prevention of marital distress. Stanley has coauthored or authored various books, including The Power of Commitment and A Lasting Promise, and writes a popular blog at



Psychoanalysis Track


Dr. Brad Strawn is the Evelyn and Frank Freed Professor of the Integration of Psychology and Theology and Clinical Psychology in the School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary. Prior to 2012, he served for six years at the Vice President for Spiritual Development & Dean of the Chapel at Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma.



Academic/Research Track


Dr. Yvonne Tate is an Assistant Professor of Counseling at Colorado Christian University.  She has a private practice in Lakewood, CO: her specialty area is the use of QEEG-guided neurofeedback and counseling to treat multiple disorders such as depression, anxiety, sleep problems, attention disorders, behavioral problems, PTSD, and other trauma-related issues.



Counselor Education and Licensed Professional CounselorsTrack


Dr. Stephen Greggo is a Professor of Counseling at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL. He is also the Director of Professional Practice at Christian Counseling Associates in Delmar, NY. Dr. Greggo served as the Chair of the CAPS Board of Trustees from 2013-2014



International and Cross-Cultural Track


Dr. Brent Slife is the Richard L. Evans Chair of Religious Understanding and Professor of Psychology at Brigham Young University. Honored recently with an APA Presidential Citation for his contribution to Psychology, Dr. Slife has served as the President of the Society of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology and is presently the Editor-elect of the APA Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. He has authored or co-authored over 200 articles and 8 books, including Human Frailty, Vice, and Suffering: Flourishing in the Context of Limits and Dependency (in press, APA Books).

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