The Personality Disorders Professional Reference Guide is a self explanatory “tool” for clinical professionals and clergy to serve as a useful guide for understanding the difference between characteristics of a normal personality and a disordered personality.

This guide can be a safety tool to help prevent the professional/clergy from being pulled into the trap of the “drama triangle” of a person who suffers from a personality disorder.

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“This pastoral tool is especially valuable in parish life. It helps the pastor understand personality disorders that greatly effect the harmony and unity of the parish community. It also engenders pastoral charity and compassion for those who suffer from such disorders.”

Rev. John Horn, S.J.

President-Rector Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, Archdiocese of St. Louis

“This is a valuable tool in vocations work. It has helped me identify and respond to issues before they become problems.”

Rev. James Crisman

Vocation Director, Archdiocese of Denver

“Dr. Lynch’s booklet is one of my favorite and most frequently used professional resources. It is concise, easy-to-use, and loaded with immensely helpful information.”

Elizabeth Walker, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist Denver, CO

“Dr. Lynch has created a profound and practical tool for staying out of the “drama vortex” that surrounds people with personality disorders. Freed from the drama, I can serve the people of God with true pastoral charity.”

Rev. Daniel Barron, OMV

Spiritual Director, Archdiocese of Denver

“Dr. Lynch’s conceptualization of Personality Disorders provides a fresh perspective and a straightforward, useful tool for mental health professionals.”

Kelly A. Morrow, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist, Pope Paul VI Institute, Omaha, NE

“As a newly ordained priest, I love the variety and the unexpected challenges of the daily pastoral life. The personality disorder booklet has become an indispensable tool for helping me to assess what is beyond my scope and competence.”

Rev. John Nepil

St. Thomas Aquinas University Parish, Archdiocese of Denver