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David Entwistle

David Entwistle

Contact Information:
330.471.8505
dentwis...@malone.edu
Founders Hall 67

Professor of Psychology

Education:

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.

Experience

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

Recent Publications:

Entwistle, David N. (in press). Integrative approaches to psychology and Christianity: An introduction to worldview issues, philosophical foundations, and models of integration, Revised Second Edition. Eugene, OR: Cascade.
Entwistle, David N. (in press). Epistemic rights vs. epistemic duties: A reply to Porter. Journal of Psychology and Christianity.
Entwistle, David N. (2009). A Holistic Psychology of persons: Implications for theory and practice. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 28(2), 141-148.
Entwistle, David N., Kraynack, Nathan C., & Gothard, D. (2008). Coping, compliance, and adjustment among adolescents with Cystic Fibrosis. Abstract published in Pediatric Pulmonology, Supplement 31, entry 676, p. 448.
Entwistle, David N. (2004). Shedding light on Theophostic Ministry I: Practice issues.  Journal of Psychology and Theology, 32(1), 26-34
Entwistle, David N. (2004). Shedding light on Theophostic Ministry II: Ethical and legal issues.  Journal of Psychology and Theology, 32(1), 35-42.

Recent Presentations:

Entwistle, David N. Keynote presentation. The Psychological Impact of Chronic Physical Illness: Heritable Disorders. International Symposium on Psycho-social Determinants of Critical Situations, Uniwersytet Kardyna?a Stefana Wyszy?skiego w Warszawie. May 25-29, 2007. Warsaw, Poland.
Entwistle, David N. Visiting Professor, Uniwersytet Kardyna?a Stefana Wyszy?skiego w Warszawie. May 25-29, 2007, Warsaw, Poland. Three presentations and keynote address for an international conference (above).
Science and Faith: From Athens to Jerusalem.
Psychology and Christianity: Allies or Fellow Travelers. Coping,
Treatment Adherence, and Psychological Adjustment Among Adolescents with Cystic Fibrosis
Entwistle, David N., Kraynack, Nathan C., & Gothard, D. Coping, compliance, and adjustment among adolescents with Cystic Fibrosis. Poster presented at the 22nd Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Oct. 23-25, 2008. Orlando, FL
Entwistle, David N. Religion, Psychology, and Well-being: Religious Coping Methods as Impediments or Facilitators of Well Being. Keynote address presented at the International Conference on Personality and Religion, the Institute of Psychology and the Institute of Education, Uniwersytet Kardyna?a Stefana Wyszy?skiego w Warszawie. October 24-26, 2007. Warsaw, Poland.
Entwistle, David N. Flourishing in the Image of God: Positive Psychology and the Imago Dei. Presented at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International Convention, March 22-24, 2007. King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
Entwistle, David N. Pastor as Shepherd, Pastor as Sheep (Translated as: Pastorzy jako pasterze, Pastorzy jako owce). Presented at konferencja dlw pastorów i liderów, Zakoceiele, Poland, June 1-3, 2006. (I was the main organizer and speaker of the three day conference; the conference aimed to educate pastors about mental health issues and help to address their own needs and struggles.)
Entwistle, David N. Religion and Psychological Health: Preliminary Reflections on Potential Beneficial and Harmful Effects. (Translated as: Religia a zdrowie psychologiczne: Wst?pne refleksje na temat potencjalnie korzystnych i szkodliwych skutków). Presented at Uniwersytecie Kardyna?a Stefana Wyszy?skiego w Warszawie, Warsaw, Poland, May 31, 2006.
Entwistle, David N. The Functions of Scripture in Integration. Presented at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International Convention, March 9-12, 2006. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Entwistle, David; Monroe, Phillip; Lehman, Karl; Renn, William; Hunter, Linda (Moderator). Theophostic Prayer Ministry: Diverse Perspectives on a Controversial Technique. Presented at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International Conference, Dallas, Texas, April 8-10, 2005.
Beck, Richard; Bufford, Rodger; Dueck, Al; Eck, Bryan; Entwistle, David N.; Hill, Peter; McMinn, Mark; Moon, Gary; Stevenson, Daryl; Allison, Steve (Moderator). Teaching Integration and Integration in our Teaching. Invited presenter, CAPS 2005 preconference workshop. Christian Association for Psychological Studies International Pre-conference Seminar, Dallas, Texas, April 7, 2005.
Entwistle, David N.; Stevenson, Daryl; and White, Scott. Faithful to our Past, Faithful to our Future: Trends in Teaching Integration. Presented at the Christian Association for Psychological Studies International Convention, March 25-28, 2004. St. Petersburg, FL.

Teaching Assignments

I live near campus and often bike to work.  My wife and I have three children, all of whom are competitive swimmers.  Between them, my children play alto sax, clarinet, flute, piccolo, trumpet, and piano.  I enjoy traveling, biking, and doing home improvement projects in my spare time.



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