Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness

Dr. Nancy Kehoe, Director of Expanding Connections, is a licensed psychologist. She is a part-time Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and has been affiliated with the Cambridge Health Alliance since 1976. She is a member of the Religious of the Sacred Heart and has held various leadership positions in her religious congregation. Dr. Kehoe has worked with staff members in mental health, geriatric and medical settings both locally in Massachusetts and nationally.

Dr. Kehoe has hosted a YouTube series on Religion and Mental Illness entitled “Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness", featuring Dr. Thomas Gutheil, Dr. Elissa Ely, Michael Mack, Dr. Othman Mohammad, Dr. Silvia Halperin, and most recently Rev. Lorraine Thornhill. 

Dr. Kehoe's videos appear below:

1. Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness: Exploring a Religious History (Dr. Thomas Gutheil)

2. Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness: Potentials and Challenges (Dr. Elissa Ely)

3. Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness: Delusions and Faith (Michael Mack)

4. Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness: A Muslim Perspective (Dr. Othman Mohammad)

5. Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness: Diverse and Dynamic Meanings of God in Psychotherapy (Dr. Silvia Halperin)

6. Conversations on Religion and Mental Illness: African American Clergy Perspective (Rev. Lorraine Thornhill)