Welcome to the CatholicPsych Institute!

Services and resources based on

the healing integration of

Catholicism and Psychology.

Psychology You Can Trust

When you need help, you need help you can trust.  It’s difficult to find someone that can really help you. Only Catholic Psychology can give you that assurance.

A Brand New Field

Catholic Psychology is not just another type of psychology.  The best of the psychological sciences is now integrated with thousands of years of Catholic philosophy and theology.

Unique and Essential

The integration of scientifically sound psychology and true Catholicism is a unique project, yet it is providing an absolutely essential service to the Church and all people.

The investigations of Psychology – the science of the soul – serve to confirm that the most significant characteristics of that inner life are the sense of truth and the sense of freedom.

Blessed John Paul II

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