Dr. Joseph White
Dr. Joseph White earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, a program recently named “Outstanding Clinical Child Psychology Program” by the American Psychological Association. At the Medical College of Virginia, Dr. White completed a program in the assessment and treatment of childhood neurodevelopmental disabilities. Dr. White’s pre-doctoral internship in clinical child psychology was completed at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, and his post-doctoral fellowship at Scott and White Clinic.
Dr. White is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. He is recognized by the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology and is board certified in sexual abuse by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress.
Dr. White has presented training workshops to other psychologists and therapists at the American Psychological Association, Texas Psychological Association and other conferences, and has served on Austin Mayor Will Wynn’s Mental Health Task Force.
Dr. White’s primary areas of focus include adjustment difficulties, coping with anxiety, phobias and traumatic experiences, sensory-behavioral issues, frequent toileting accidents, chronic pain, and concerns about cognitive, social, or emotional development.
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Listening for God in Everyday Life
Does God speak?
Perhaps a better question is: Are we listening?
In Listening for God in Everyday Life, author, speaker, and psychologist Joseph White shows us how to listen for God in this noisy, chaotic world. God is speaking to us all the time, but we have to learn to hear his voice. Drawing on his personal experience, Joseph reveals the means God uses to speak directly to our hearts. Some of these may even surprise you! They include:
Silence – Gifts and Talents – Scripture
Creation – Humor – Tradition
Art – Liturgy – Saints
Struggle – Children
Relationship – People in Need
When we learn to hear it, God’s voice opens our hearts to his love, deepening our relationship with the one who knows us better than we know ourselves.
How is God speaking to you?