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‘And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight’  Philippians 1:19

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3 South Bailey, Durham DH1 3RJ

Dr Jocelyn Bryan

Dr Jocelyn Bryan
Dr Jocelyn Bryan

Dr Jocelyn Bryan teaches Pastoral and Practical Theology and Psychology and Christian Ministry. She has worked in Ministerial Formation for over fifteen years and before that she worked in management for a large computer company.

Her PhD is in psychology for which she researched ageing and everyday memory. Jocelyn’s main research interest is in the interdisciplinary field of psychology, theology and ministry. She has written Human Being: Insights from Psychology and The Christian Faith, co-edited Pastoral Challenges and Concerns: A Handbook For Leaders and has contributed chapters to a volume on Sexual Issues and on The Bible and Mental Health. She has also published a number of reflections on pastoral challenges in the book – Facing The Issues and published liturgies and sermons on Difficult Subjects. Her latest writing project is a book on Memory, Life and Faith.

Jocelyn is a licensed Reader in the Church of England and serves as a Sub Warden of Readers in Durham Diocese.

Jocelyn can be contacted at: j.m.bryan@durham.ac.uk

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