Professor of Psychology
Doctor of Psychology degree (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology, Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University, La Mirada, California.
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology, Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University, La Mirada, California.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana.
Dr. Entwistle has served on the faculty of Malone University since 1996. He has served as a Department Chair and currently holds the rank of Full Professor. Prior to coming to Malone, Dr. Entwistle was an Adjunct Professor at the Community College of Rhode Island and Eastern Nazarene College. He also worked as a clinical psychologist in a private practice and at several residential and outpatient psychological clinics providing individual and group psychotherapy, psychological testing, federal disability evaluations, and supervision.
Recent Scholarly Work
Entwistle, D. N., & Waisbren, S. (August, 2013). NCC Transition Workgroup statement of transition, NCC Collaborator 7(1), 14. (Magazine of the National Coordinating Center for Regional Genetics Collaboratives). Available online: http://www.westernstatesgenetics.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/NCC-August.pdf
American Academy of Pediatrics. (2012). EQIPP Newborn Screening: Evaluate and Improve Your Practice. Course launch date: 10/18/2012. Course site: http://bit.ly/PQTXMk. (NOTE: I served as a subject matter expert on the role of taking parental and family perspectives into account and as such served as one of the coordinators of one module of the AAP course, and reviewed all course materials in this extensive project which offers CME credit to pediatricians and family doctors who deal with New Born Screening in their practices.)
Entwistle, D. N., & Moroney, Stephen K. (2011). Integrative perspectives on human flourishing: The imago Dei and positive psychology. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 39(4), 295-303.
Entwistle, David N., & Mizda, M. (2011). Post-high school decision making and experiences of individuals with cystic fibrosis. Abstract published in Pediatric Pulmonology, Supplement 34, entry 556, p. 415.
Entwistle, D. N. (2010). Integrative approaches to psychology and Christianity: An introduction to worldview issues, philosophical foundations, and models of integration, second edition. Eugene, OR: Cascade. © David N. Entwistle.
Entwistle, D. N., & Preston, A. P. (2010). Epistemicrights vs. epistemic duties: A reply to Porter. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29(1), 27-32.
Entwistle, D. N. (2009). Religion, psychology, and well-being: Religious coping methods as impediments or facilitators of well-being. In H. Gasiul & E. Wrocławska-Warchala, (Eds.). Osobowoŝć I religia / Personality and religion, (pp. 400-414). Warsaw, Poland: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego Warszawa.
Entwistle, D. N. (2009). A holistic psychology of persons: Implications for theory and practice. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 28(2), 141-148.
Eck, B., White, S., and Entwistle D. N. (2014). Teaching integration to postmodern and millennial students: Implications for the classroom. Conference presentation at CAPS 2014, April 3-5, 2014, Atlanta, GA.
Entwistle, D. N., Larson, K., and Allison, S. (2014). And a sword will piece your own soul too: An exploration of parental attachment and vicarious woundedness. Conference presentation at CAPS 2014, April 3-5, 2014, Atlanta, GA.
Schruba, A. N., Entwistle, D. N., Aten, J., and Boan, D. (2014). Psychological first Aid and Christian responses to suffering. Poster presentation at CAPS 2014, April 3-5, 2014, Atlanta, GA.
Jackson, E. A., Entwistle, D. N., Larson, K. L., and Lamm, A. (2014. Not all alike: Context specific factors affecting students’ faith and views of integration. Poster presentation at CAPS 2014, April 3-5, 2014, Atlanta, GA.
Entwistle, D. N. (2013). Insights for modern psychology from ancient Christian theology. Presented at Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego, May 9, 2013, Warsaw, Poland.
Entwistle, D. N., Eck, B., and White, S. (2013) Teaching integration in a post-modern, and increasingly “post-Christian”, cultural context. CAPS 2013, April 4-6, 2013, Portland, OR.
Entwistle, David N., Gemble, G., and the Region IV Transition Workgroup. (2013). Creation of a Transition Resource Web Application. Poster presentation at Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) National Meeting, February 9-12, 2013, Washington, D. C.
Entwistle, David N. & Gemble, G. Transition workgroup – Transition to adult care, web application. Project report presented at Region 4 Genetics Collaborative Regional Meeting, September 10-12, 2012, Lansing, MI.
Entwistle, David N. (2012). Integrative perspectives on human flourishing: The imago Dei and positive psychology. Presented at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International Convention, March 29-31, 2012. Washington, D.C.
Entwistle, David N., Kraynack, Nathan C., & Mizda, M. (2011). Post high school decision making and experiences of individuals with cystic fibrosis. Poster presented at the 25th Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, November 3-5, 2011. Anaheim, CA.
Entwistle, David N. (2011). Correlates of religious coping among adolescents with cystic fibrosis. Presented at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International Convention, March 31-April 2, 2011. Indianapolis, IN.
Entwistle, David N. (2011). Development and analysis of an American English version of CODI. Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie. March 11, 2011. Warsaw, Poland.
Entwistle, David N. (2009). Psychological Impact of Chronic Physical Illness: Heritable Disorders Keynote address presented at the International Conference on Personality and Religion, the Institute of Psychology and the Institute of Education, Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie. May 29, 2009. Warsaw, Poland.
I routinely teach Intro to Psychology and upper-level courses in Personality, Counseling and Guidance, Abnormal Psychology, and Integration of Psychology and Christianity. I also coordinate Malone’s psychology practicum program.
I live near campus and often bike to work. My wife and I have three (mostly) grown children. I have led several Malone service learning trips to Poland, and in 2014 led a trip to study the origins of modern psychotherapy in Vienna, Austria. I enjoy traveling, biking, and doing home improvement projects in my spare time.