Elaine Crawford

Dr. Elaine Crawford

Address700 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Atlanta, GA

Adjunct Professor, Systematic Theology, Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary

B.A., Bennett College,
M.Div., Interdenominational Theological Center,
Th.D., Interdenominational Theological Center,

Dr. Carolyn McCrary has a special interest in pastoral care and violence against women, pastoral care and HIV/AIDS, and Womanist theology. She teaches courses in the psychology of religion and pastoral care. Her most significant publications include “A Response to Incarceration and Rehabilitation” in Black Men in Prison: The Response of the African American Church; “Interdependence As a Normative Value in Pastoral Counseling with African Americans” in Recovery of Black Presence: An Interdisciplinary Exploration: Essays in Honor of Dr. Chares B. Copher, Jacquelyn Grant and Randall Bailey, eds.; “The Wholeness of Women,” The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center; “African Children: Troubled but Not Destroyed” in Stories about Ethiopia: An African Holy Land; “Intimate Violence against Women and Internalized Shame: A Womanist Pastoral Counseling Perspective,” The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center; “Teaching Pastoral Theology As Part of the M.Div. Curriculum”; and “Introduction: Personhood in African-American Pastoral Care,” co-authored with Edward Wimberly.

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