Disability Resource Pages for Study, Research, and Training

Online theses & dissertations

Some of the more substantial offerings:

Church and Social Integration of Disabled People, by PROFESSOR LAVRENDIOS G . DELLASSOUDAS , 32 pp. (2000) – addresses the subject in the context of the country of Greece

THE IMPACT OF ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN NEPTIC-PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS ON SELF-REPORTED DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND COMORBID ANXIETY By the Right Reverend Dr. Andrew (Zoran) Vujisić, Bishop elect of Tralles, for Latin America and the Caribbean ,289 pp. (2009) – addresses the mental health issues of depression and anxiety

Embracing All God’s Children: Orthodox Theology Concerning Disability and Its Implications for Ministry with Special Needs Youth in the Orthodox Church (pdf to download)  by Wendy Cwiklinski, 68 pp. Also: OCN.net: condensed version in 5 parts

Personhood, Human Brokenness and the Therapeutic Calling of the Eastern Orthodox Church: A Pastoral Approach To Mental Health Issues and Disability. Cagnoni, Clare (2009) , 126 pp.

St. John Chrysostom and the Socialization of Persons with Developmental Disability: Patristic Inspiration for Contemporary Application, by William Gall , 61 pp.

A Study Course: The Social Ministry of the Church

a home-based, online course of studies, taught by Dr. Robert Hosken and  Cheryl K. Hosken, B.S.N., M.S. Psych. 5 Courses. The  first course is entitled  “Rehabilitation of Children with Disabilities.”

Inclusion Awareness Workbook 

Renewing Our Commitment to Welcoming Worshippers of All Abilities as Active Participants25 pp. Pathways.org. With contributions from Eleni Patos, Maria Kotsinis and Constantine Zografopoulos. Reviewed by His Grace Bishop Demetrios of Mokissos.

From the Center for Family Care of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America: Families of Children with Special Needs Resource List

Internet Resources, Books and Downloads, Articles, Video, Various Non-Orthodox and Secular Resources. 5 pp.

Arms Open Wide

A 10 year survey and compilation of Orthodox Christian disability resources.






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