JOSEPH G. SCHNER, S.J., A.B.; M.A.; M.Div.; S.T.L.; Ph.D.

Professor, Psychology & Psychology of Religion
joseph.schner@utoronto.ca
Room 313; ext. 222


Joseph Schner is professor of Psychology and Psychology of Religion. Prof. Schner is a Jesuit whose ministry has centred on teaching, research and clinical service. Before his appointment to Regis College he taught Psychology at Campion College, University of Regina where he specialized in the area of developmental and child clinical psychology.

Schner's teaching interests and research at Regis continue his developmental and clinical orientation by looking at faith development, spirituality and intimacy, and the interaction of these aspects of life with the Spiritual Exercises across the life span.

Recent publications, workshops and lectures included: with Heather Alexander (1999) Sibling relationship in intact, divorced and blended families. Canadian Psychology, 40:2a, 49. with Jaime Williams (2001) The relationship between adolescent delinquency and adult romantic attachment style. Canadian Psychology, 42:2a, 133; (2001) Relationships with Transcendence: Erikson's Intimacy stage and its development in Josselson's research. Heythrop College (London) Post Graduate Seminar; (2003) H. Richard Niebuhr's Influence on the Theory of James Fowler, Regis College Advanced Degree Seminar; (2004) Growing up in a School of Love:. Ignatian Lecture, St. Jerome University College; Personality and Spirituality Workshop, for Regina Archdiocesan clergy.