Chuck Hannaford, PhD
Chuck Hannaford, PhD
Dr. Chuck’s life verse:
For though we walk in the flesh, we are not waging war according to the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds. We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ.
Dr. Chuck Hannaford is a licensed clinical psychologist and is the President of HeartLife Professional Soul Care. He has been counseling individuals, couples, and families for over three decades. He earned his doctorate from The University of North Texas and served his internship in clinical psychology at The University of Tennessee, Medical School, Division of Psychiatry, and Department of Clinical Psychology.
After completion of his internship year, Dr. Hannaford co-founded Germantown Psychological Associates, P. C. He has served as clinical director of adolescent and adult treatment programs at various hospitals and outpatient settings. In the past, he served as the president and chief executive officer of Germantown Psychological Associates, P. C., director of professional relations for the Rapha Christ Centered Treatment Program in Memphis, consultant to various churches and executive director for Christian Wellness Concepts.
Dr. Hannaford has published articles in professional journals on the relationship between physical and spiritual well-being and emotional health. He co-authored HealthWay, a strategic discipleship intervention for physical, emotional, and spiritual health. He has been a guest on nationally syndicated Christian radio shows as well as local TV programs discussing counseling and the family.
In addition to his current practice, Dr. Hannaford has been a consultant to Christian organizations and pastors throughout the country. He has been a Professor at Southern Seminary and Southeastern Seminary training counseling students and teaching classes on ethics and therapeutic interventions. Dr. Hannaford completed a book entitled, Picking Up the Pieces Handbook: Creating a Dynamic Soul Care Ministry released in January of 2009.