Dr. Phillip Lowe completed his doctoral degree in clinical psychology (Psy.D) and MA in Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He studied Marital and Family Therapy (MFT), and also received his Bachelor and Master degrees in Electrical Engineering at UCLA. He was involved in family ministry, counseling adults and families at church during the past few years. He has conducted numerous workshops on marital enrichment, manhood, and sexuality at churches and conferences in the past. He is a part-time ministering pastor at Chinese Christian Church of Thousand Oaks (CCCTO) for the Cantonese ministry.
City and state of residence: Thousand Oaks, CA
- 21st Century Manhood
Evidenced by more recent data, men are trailing women in many key measures and indicators. How can boys become men today? And how are we to raise awareness? What can we do to remedy the situation?
- Crisis Counseling in the Church
As churches welcome strangers, we also face many perils and challenges. This workshop focuses on what is considered a crisis and and how to conduct crisis intervention and counseling in your church.
- Silence and Solitude Retreat
A one-day retreat devoted to the practice of St. Ignatius’ Daily Examen.
- Time Management Workshops
It is increasingly difficult to conduct one’s work or school without the constant distraction of online activities. This is a workshop teaching teens/young adolescents about how to deal with this growing problem.
- Mental Health Wellness
Get to know the symptoms and diagnosis of common mental health issues, as well as how to find professional help to deal with them.
- Personality Assessment
Knowing one another’s different personality types, strengths, as well as weaknesses in order to better grow and learn from each other.
- Conflict Resolution at Church
Given the diverse background of a church’s congregation, it is not uncommon to witness or experience conflicts. This workshop explores the different kinds of conflicts as well as the biblical way to handle conflicts.