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2022 CPA Conference: Introducing Integratus: The Flagship Journal of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association.

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Dr. Anthony Isacco |  Ms. Jennifer Madere, LPC Supervisor, EMDRIA Approved Consultant & Trainer, ISSTD Fellow |  Dr. Brigette Erwin |  Dr. Jesse Fox |  Rev. Martin Burnham P.S.S., Ph.D., NCC |  Dr. Robert Kugelmann
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This presentation will introduce Integratus as the official flagship journal of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association. An overview of the journal taskforce, incoming editors, editorial board members and the journal’s mission, aim, and scope will be provided. The presentation will identify areas of integration between the Catholic faith and mental health sciences that are sought after for published scholarship in the journal. Presenters will gain a good understanding of the peer-review process and how to support the launching of Integratus. Panelists welcome robust discussion and invite all questions for answers.

Target Audience: All of CPA Membership

Course Content Level: Beginner

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the historical relationship of Catholicism and psychology in the United States and how 2022 is a hallmark year to launch Integratus.
  • Identify key areas of professional scholarship that integrate the Catholic faith and mental health sciences.
  • Explain the mission, aim, and scope of Integratus, including details of the peer review process such as how to submit manuscripts to the journal and to provide peer reviews to submitted manuscripts.

This program does not qualify for NBCC credits


Dr. Anthony Isacco's Profile

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Professor, Director of Training, Licensed Psychologist

Chatham University

Anthony Isacco, PhD is a professor of Graduate Psychology at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA and Director of Training for the PsyD in Counseling Psychology program. He is a licensed psychologist in PA and authorized to provide telepsychology services in approximately 30 states.  He maintains a small private practice with a niche focus on the psychological assessment of clergy candidates to the Catholic Church.  Dr. Isacco has published widely through his books, popular press articles, and academic journals on the psychological health of seminarians, fatherhood, and the psychology of men and masculinity. He sits on the Advisory Board of Saint Paul Seminary, Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh and the Formation Team of Saint Cyril and Methodius Seminary, Pittsburgh Byzantine Eparchy. He is a proud graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville (BA, '02), Boston College (MA, '04), and Loyola University Chicago (PhD, '09).  

Ms. Jennifer Madere, LPC Supervisor, EMDRIA Approved Consultant & Trainer, ISSTD Fellow's Profile

Ms. Jennifer Madere, LPC Supervisor, EMDRIA Approved Consultant & Trainer, ISSTD Fellow Related Seminars and Products

Intuitus Group

Jennifer Madere is a LPC-Supervisor, EMDRIA Approved Consultant/Approved Trainer in private practice. She is a founding partner of Intuitus Group in Cedar Park, Texas.  She has accompanied child and adult survivors of trauma on their journey of healing and recovery in psychotherapy since 2003.

Jennifer supervises graduate and post-graduate clinicians and consults and offers training and consultation related to treatment of complex trauma, pathological dissociation, and EMDR therapy. Jennifer also trains fellow clinicians in the ethical integration of faith and spirituality in clinical practice. Jennifer is a past President of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association, a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) and co-teaches the EMDR therapy training offered by ISSTD.

In addition to numerous professional presentations in local, national, and international conferences, Jennifer is the published author of several scholarly works on the topics of consultation and screening, assessment, and differential diagnosis for dissociative disorders.

Since 2015, Jennifer has collaborated with D. Michael Coy, LICSW, and Paul Dell, PhD to update the interpretive manual and associated documents for the Multidimensional Inventory of Dissociation (MID) and make the MID documents and training accessible to clinicians and researchers world-wide (see

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Dr. Jesse Fox's Profile

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Jesse Fox, PhD, spent several years at Loyola University Maryland in the Department of Pastoral Counseling before joining Stetson University in 2017. He has expertise working with a range of clinical populations, including college counseling, outpatient addiction treatment, community mental health, and private practice. In addition to co-editing Integratus, he is a project leader for the Spiritual and Religious Competency Project, a $5.3 million grant funded by the John Templeton Foundation. Since 2020, Dr. Fox has served as the executive director of the Episcopal Counseling Center, a non-profit counseling center serving the Deland community since 1987

Rev. Martin Burnham P.S.S., Ph.D., NCC's Profile

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Society of St. Sulpice

Fr. Burnham, who is Director of Discernment and Admissions for the US Province, Society of St. Sulpice, has been a member of the Sulpicians since 2011. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision from the Pastoral Counseling and Spiritual Care Department of Loyola University Maryland in May 2019. His dissertation was titled: Conceptualizing and Measuring Clericalism in Roman Catholic Priests.

In July 2011, Fr. Burnham began his Sulpician ministry as a member of the formation team at Theological College in Washington, D.C. Fr. Burnham was a spiritual director, formation advisor, and director of the Pastoral Formation Program. In addition to his formation responsibilities at Theological College, he taught in the School of Theology and Religious Studies at The Catholic University of America. After 3 years of teaching and formation work at Theological College, Fr. Burnham left for doctoral studies at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore.

As a native of Baltimore, Maryland, Fr. Burnham is a priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore. He has been both an associate pastor and pastor of parishes throughout the archdiocese. Prior to his seminary formation at St. Mary’s Seminary and University, Fr. Burnham received his master’s degree in counseling psychology from Loyola University Maryland. He worked for 6 years in the Child and Family Psychiatry Department of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Fr. Burnham is currently a licensed professional counselor in the State of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and the State of Texas, and serves in leadership roles in the American Counseling Association.

Fr. Burnham currently serves on the formation faculty of Assumption Seminary in San Antonio, Texas, where he is Coordinator of Human Formation for the seminary. He engages in work as a formator and spiritual director while continuing to see clients in his private practice. He also serves as Second Consultor on the provincial leadership team for the Society of St. Sulpice, U.S. Province.