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Archibald D. Hart, Ph.D., FPPR.

Dr. Archibald Hart, Senior Professor of Psychology and Dean Emeritus, is well known for his ministry to churches through psychological training, education, and consultation. A former dean of the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, he is now retired from full time teaching, but continues to teach two courses in psychology and in his physiological lab research continues to examine issues of stress, depression and anxiety. He has taught for years in the Doctor of Ministry program at the seminary, in addition to his teaching and mentoring responsibilities in the School of Psychology.  Fuller has established two annual scholarships for psychology students as a part of Hart’s legacy.  He is board certified in psychopharmacology and was honored by the American Association of Christian Counselors with their ‘Caregivers Award’ in 1997.

Dr. Hart has published 25 books. His most recent books are Sleep: It Does a Family Good and Thrilled to Death. Previous books include Stressed or Depressed (co-authored with daughter Dr. Catherine Hart Weber), Safe Haven Marriage (co-authored with daughter Dr. Sharon Hart Morris), Unveiling Depression in Women (written with daughter Dr. Catherine Hart Weber), Unmasking Male Depression and Secrets of Eve (written with daughter Dr. Catherine Hart Weber).

Dr. Hart and his wife Kathleen live in California. They have three daughters, four grandsons, three granddaughters and a delightful dog, Andy.

Contact Dr. Hart at Fuller Seminary, Fuller, email: hart@fuller.edu

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