Victor Counted is an expert in the social psychology of religion and spirituality, and also known for his scholarly work on the role of religion in mental health and migration context. He is Research Associate of the Cambridge Institute for Applied Psychology and Religion, England, and Research Fellow of the Faculty of Theology, Stellenbosch University, South Africa. His research work generally examines religion, place, and health, as well as the intersection of the three themes from perspectives of psychology and sociology. He has published several peer-reviewed papers and serves as an ad-hoc reviewer for international academic journals (among them have been Journal of Psychology and Theology, Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, Social Indicators Research, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion).
Committed to building and strengthening communities, Victor hopes to provide answers to difficult questions and create an aura that inspires generations through his teachings and writings. He serves as a trainer and missionary with the Counted for Christ Ministries, equipping church leaders and Christian ministries around the world to meet the complex needs of our present-day culture. He is also the co-founder of Third Millennium Africa Project, a non-profit enterprise leading Africa’s millennia transition through supporting youth action and social innovation in Africa, and an entrepreneur at HUBB Enterprises.
Victor is the author of two books and several peer-reviewed articles and currently working on three new monographs: “Finding God Without Losing Yourself: Resolving the Conflict with God and Self;” “Religion, Place, and Psychology: An Introduction to the Circle of Place Spirituality;” and “African Diaspora Religion in Psychodynamic Perspective: Theory, Research, and Health Implications.”
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