H. Newton Malony
School of Psychology
Helped SOP Achieve Professional Accreditation
H. Newton Malony was a “Travis boy,” hired by the School of Psychology’s founding dean Lee Edward Travis. The appointment of Malony and his colleagues supplied the requisite professors needed for the school’s accreditation. From that point on, Fuller psychology students became eligible for professional licensing in California.
For 46 years, Malony aimed to instruct students regarding theological and psychological “integration at the level of principles, of profession, and of person, the 3Ps.” Malony’s passion proved highly instrumental in the development and stability of the School of Psychology, a strong example as it continues to integrate Christian faith with clinical practice.
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