Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology
B.A., Wheaton College, 1985; M.A., Wheaton Graduate School, 1986; M.Div., Fuller Theological Seminary, 1995; Ph.D., Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, 1995. At SPU since 1996.

Specialty: Clinical Psychology
Areas of Scholarship: Theology and philosophy, severe and persistent mental illness, trauma and religiosity
Areas of Teaching: Integration, clinical psychology

Recent Publications:

Representation of Mental Illness in Christian Self-Help Bestsellers

Curriculum Vitae: Available Upon Request.  Contact Dr. Webb
106 Marston Hall
(206) 281-2683

Dr. Marcia Webb is an Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Psychology. She earned both an M.Div. and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1995, and began teaching at Seattle Pacific University in 1996. She is a faculty scholar for the Living Well Initiative, a multidisciplinary program providing education and conducting research about severe and persistent mental illnesses. Her current research foci include: (a) religious coping and mental illness, (b) stigma and mental illness, and (c) religiosity and trauma. Dr. Webb has also been a licensed psychologist in the state of Washington since 1998. She teaches courses in the history and systems of clinical psychology, and in the integration of psychology and theology.