Dr. Roozeboom is a pastoral counselor and professor who has served in academic, clinical, and ministerial roles for the last 15 years. He teaches at Fuller Theological Seminary, Loyola Marymount University, and Boston College in areas of pastoral care and counseling and practical theology, family systems theory, trauma, and grief and loss.
In the clinical context, Dr. Roozeboom has been a certified pastoral counselor with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and is now a practitioner with ACPE. In this capacity, he has provided pastoral counseling services to individuals, couples, and families for over 15 years—specializing in spiritually-integrated care, clergy and faith leader counseling, questions of faith and identity, couples counseling, family systems, and issues of grief and loss.
Dr. Roozeboom’s own research is in the area of clergy wellness and neuroscience; wherein he encourages faith leaders to utilize the performative and transformative faculties of the brain through practices of wellness to increase one’s capacity to one’s neighbor as one’s self.
Dr. Roozeboom is a certified pastoral counselor, not a licensed mental health professional.