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|Office Location:||Tyler Plaza|
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|Psy.D.||Clinical Psychology||Azusa Pacific University (APA Accredited)||2010|
|M.A.||Clinical Psychology||Azusa Pacific University||2007|
|B.S.||Business and Management||University of Redlands||2005|
Board Certified in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP)
Fellow, American Academy of Clinical Psychology (AACP)
Core Skills Advanced Training, International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT)
Licensed Psychologist, State of California (License Number PSY 24736)
Pre-Doctoral Internship, Philhaven Hospital, Mount Gretna, Pennsylvania (APA Accredited)
PSY 320 Life-Span Development
PSY 322 Theories of Personality
PSY 325 Tests and Measurements
PSY 328 Cognitive Psychology
PSY 346 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 422 Theories of Counseling
PSY 473 Psychophysiology
PSY 505 MFT Counseling Theory
PSY 510 Human Growth and Development
PSY 520 Human Communication in Group Process
PSY 530 Advanced Research Methodology
PSY 535 Advanced Psychopathology
PSY 540 Psychodiagnostics
PSY 555 Practicum I
PSY 560 Professional Ethics and Law
PSY 570 Practicum II
PSY 580 Family Therapy I
PSY 595 Psychopharmacology
PSY 598a Addictions Counseling
Clinical psychology; psychological assessment; psychology of religion; marriage and the family; attachment theory; mindfulness-based therapies
Teaching Assistant in the Department of Graduate Psychology at Azusa Pacific University
Knabb, J. (in press). Acceptance and commitment therapy for Christian clients: A faith-based workbook. New York: Routledge.
Knabb, J., & Meador, K. (in press). A theological lens for integrating ACT with conceptions of health, healing, and human flourishing. In J. Nieuwsma, R. Walser, & S. Hayes (Eds.), ACT for clergy and pastoral counselors: Using acceptance and commitment therapy to bridge psychological and spiritual care. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
Knabb, J. (2016). Faith-based ACT for Christian clients: An integrative treatment approach. New York: Routledge.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:
Knabb, J., Frederick, T., & Cumming, G. (2016). Surrendering to God’s providence: A three-part study on providence-focused therapy for recurrent worry (PFT-RW). Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. Advanced online publication.
Knabb, J., & Pelletier, J. (2014). 'A cord of three strands is not easily broken': An empirical investigation of attachment-based small group functioning in the Christian church. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 42, 343-358.
Knabb, J. (2014). A preliminary investigation of the relationship between religion and marital adjustment among Christian adults from a conservative denomination. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 33, 263-276.
Knabb, J., Pelletier, J., & Grigorian-Routon, A. (2014). Towards a psychological understanding of servanthood: An empirical investigation of the relationship between orthodox beliefs, experiential avoidance, and self-sacrificial behaviors among Christians at a religiously-affiliated university. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 42, 269-283.
Knabb, J., & Grigorian-Routon, A. (2014). The role of experiential avoidance in the relationship between faith maturity, religious coping, and psychological adjustment among Christian university students. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 17, 458-469.
Knabb, J., & Pelletier, J. (2014). The relationship between problematic Internet use, psychological functioning, and God attachment among adults at a Christian university. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 17, 239-251.
Knabb, J., & Pelletier, J. (2013). The effects of parental divorce on God image among young adults at a Christian university. Marriage & Family Review, 49, 231-250.
Knabb, J., Vogt, R., Gibbel, M., & Brickley, D. (2012). An empirical investigation of the relationship between clinical personality patterns and marital functioning. Couple and Family Psychology: Research and Practice, 1, 66-77.
Knabb, J., & Vogt, R. (2011). The relationship between personality and marital satisfaction among distressed married couples seen in intensive marital therapy: An actor-partner interdependence model analysis. Contemporary Family Therapy, 33, 417-440.
Knabb, J., Vogt, R., & Newgren, K. (2011). MMPI-2 characteristics of the Old Order Amish: A comparison of clinical, nonclinical, and United States normative samples. Psychological Assessment, 23, 865-875.
Knabb, J., & Vogt, R. (2011). Assessing Old Order Amish outpatients with the MCMI-III. Journal of Personality Assessment, 93, 290-299.
Knabb, J., Vogt, R., Brickley, D., & Newgren, K. (2011). Personality typologies for conservative Christians in intensive marital therapy. Marriage & Family Review, 47, 23-44.
The Grove Community Church, Riverside, California
Individual and couples therapy at the Grove Corner Counseling Center: thegrove.cc/counseling
Hobbies include spending time with my family, writing, running, and watching documentaries
"If anyone proved to me that Christ was not the truth, and it really was a fact that the truth was not in Christ, I would rather be with Christ than with the truth" Fyodor Dostoyevsky