Bill is on the Spiritual Center staff at the Jesuit Center in Wernersville, PA. Bill has been: a Jesuit since 1959, a priest since 1971, a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology since 1978, a teacher of psychology at Georgetown University between 1976 and 1980, an associate director of novices and assistant director of the Jesuit Spiritual Center between 1980 and 1985, a teacher of pastoral counseling at Loyola College, Baltimore from 1985 until the present.
Bill is especially interested in the integration of psychology and spirituality as represented by the work of Carl G. Jung, and so has led Center weekends on the “hard” emotions of hurt, anger, guilt, shame, fear, depression, grief and forgiveness and on dream analysis. His main research and writing interests concern the integration of psychology, especially Jungian, with Ignatian/Jesuit spirituality. He has traveled to India, Germany, and New Zealand to present this material.
Dr. Sneck enjoys classical music, running, keeping abreast of current events both cultural and political, and keeping in touch with friends through writing and e-mailing.
Bill’s Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology is from the University of Michigan.
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