John Townsend (author)

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John Townsend
BornSmithfield, North Carolina[1]
OccupationPsychologist, Author, Leadership Consultant
NationalityAmerican
Alma materNorth Carolina State University (BA)
Dallas Theological Seminary (MA)
Biola University (PhD)
SubjectsLeadership, Organizations, and Psychology
Notable work(s)Boundaries (book series)

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John Townsend
BornSmithfield, North Carolina[1]
OccupationPsychologist, Author, Leadership Consultant
NationalityAmerican
Alma materNorth Carolina State University (BA)
Dallas Theological Seminary (MA)
Biola University (PhD)
SubjectsLeadership, Organizations, and Psychology
Notable work(s)Boundaries (book series)

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Dr. John Townsend (Wilson, North Carolina) is a leadership coach, organizational consultant, psychologist and best-selling author. He consults with corporations, family-owned businesses and small businesses. He operates his own Leadership Coaching Program, which he personally conducts in Newport Beach, CA, Dallas, TX and Indianapolis, IN .

Townsend has authored or co-authored 25 books, selling over 5 million copies. His 2 million-selling Boundaries was coauthored with Dr. Henry Cloud. His most recent book is How to Be a Best Friend Forever: Making and Keeping Lifetime Relationships (Worthy Publishing, 2012).

Biography[edit]

Townsend has appeared on many national TV, radio and newspapers and co-hosts the nationally syndicated radio program “New Life Live”, airing on 180 stations with 3 million listeners. He co-founded Minirth-Meier Clinic West and served as its Clinical Co-Director for ten years.[2] The clinic operated treatment centers in thirty-five cities in the western United States.[3] Currently, He and Dr. Cloud conduct the Ultimate Leadership Workshop and the One Week Intensive for counselors in Southern California. He also co-leads Cloud-Townsend Resources. He is a visiting professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and is Clinical Director of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Dr. Townsend serves on the board of directors of Mustard Seed Ranch, a ranch setting for abused children, and of the New Canaan Society, an association for professional men.

Townsend's hobbies include travel and playing in a band which performs at lounges and venues in Southern California.[2]

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Education[edit]

Townsend has a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology with honors from North Carolina State University, a Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary (also with honors) and a PhD degree in clinical psychology from Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University.[2]

Family[edit]

Townsend and his family reside in Southern California.[4]

Publications[edit]

Books which he has authored or made a contribution to include:

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