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Dan Clement

Associate professor




  • B.S. Psychology, Colorado State University, Pueblo, 1974
  • M.A. Religious Education, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1982
  • Ph.D. Psychology and Counseling, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1987


Dr. Clement received his B.S. in Psychology from Colorado State University, Pueblo and his Masters in Religious Education and Ph.D. in Psychology and Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (SWBTS) in Fort Worth, Texas. Upon graduation he was invited to join the faculty of SWBTS and taught there for a total of 12 years with specializations in the psychology of religion, basic counseling skills, and systems theory. He is licensed as a Psychologist, Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist in Texas and has supervisory credentials with the LPC/LMFT boards in Texas as well as the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. In addition to his duties in clinical psychology at Argosy University, he is a Resident Fellow at B.H. Carroll Theological Institute, Arlington, Texas. He has over 25 years of graduate education experience in training mental health professionals with the last 9 years specifically in the area of clinical psychology. His experiences as a consultant in Eastern/Southern Africa and Central America as well as across the United States allow a perspective enriched by a variety of cultures. He currently teaches in the areas of Couples and Family Therapy, Brief Therapy, Ethics and Professional Issues in addition to practica supervision and leading professionalization groups. Since January 2011 he has served as Interim Co-Chair of Clinical Psychology at Argosy University, Dallas.


  • Marriage and Family
  • Ethics/Professional Issues
  • Brief Therapy/Constructivism
  • Faith-Based Psychotherapy

Selected Publications

  • Clement, D.E. (2001). Integration of Faith and Science. In Anthony, M.J. (Ed.), Evangelical Dictionary of Christian Education (pp. 365-366). Grand Rapids, MI: Baker
  • Clement, D.E. (1987). The Relationship between Recalled Parental Contact and Adult Personality Adjustment. (Doctoral Dissertation)


  • Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Christian Association for Psychological Studies


  • Clement, D.E. (2011, March) Truth and Timing: An Apologetic for Non-confrontational Interventions in Christian Counseling. Paper presented at The Christian Association for Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Clement, D.E. (2009, November) Help me, but I don't trust you: Identifying and ameliorating the fears of conservative Christians seeking psychological services. Paper presented at The Texas Psychological Association Annual Conference, Houston, TX.
  • Clement, D.E. (2009, January) Evangelical Christianity: Diversity and Familiarity. Paper presented at The Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapists Annual Conference, Fort Worth, TX.
  • Clement, D.E. (2006, November) Developing Sensitivity toward Clients with Diverse Religious and Spiritual Beliefs. Paper presented at The Texas Psychological Association Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.
  • Clement, D.E. (2005, February) Spirituality and Psychology panel member. Presented to The Dallas Psychological Association Dallas, TX.

Selected Lectures

  • Clement, D.E. (2003, August), Stress, Entitlement, and Ethics, Key Note Speaker Annual Social Work Conference/Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Presbyterian Hospital, Dallas, TX.