Prof dr Edward P Wimberley

Prof dr Edward P Wimberley
Jarena Lee Professor, Interdenominational Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Edward P Wimberley is the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs/Provost, (January 1, 2001 to present) and Jarena Lee Professor of Pastoral Care, Interdenominational Theological Seminary, Atlanta, Georgia, (1991 to present). He received the following degrees: BA (University of Arizona – 1965); Bachelor in Sacred Theology (Boston University School of Theology – 1968); Master of Sacred Theology (Boston University School of Theology – 1971) and PhD (Boston University Graduate School – 1976) in the area of Pastoral Psychology and Counselling. He teaches courses on pastoral care and counselling. His most significant publications include Winds of Promise: Building and Maintaining Strong Clergy Families (co-authored with Anne Wimberly); African American Pastoral Care: The Politics of Oppression and Empowerment; Counseling African American Marriages and Families; Moving from Shame to Self-worth: Preaching and Pastoral Care; Relational Refugees: Alienation and Reincorporation in African American Churches and Communities; Prayer in Pastoral Counseling: Suffering, Healing, and Discernment; Claiming God: Reclaiming Dignity—African American Pastoral Care; and “Exploring the Meaning and Possibilities of Black Fatherhood Today” in Multidimensional Ministry for Today’s Black Family.