Patricia Williams

Patricia Williams

About

Patricia Williams, ordained clergywoman, professor, and pastoral psychotherapist, has over forty years of experience as a professor of English and Pastoral Counseling and in congregational ministry. She holds a PhD in English from the University of Illinois-Urbana, an MA in Pastoral Counseling and Psychology from Houston Baptist University, a doctorate in ministry from Wesley Theological Seminary, and a license in marriage and family therapy. She has published essays and poetry, and her writings also include a chapter in the seminal work, Texas Women Writers: A Tradition of Their Own, and coauthor of the chapter “Consecrated Women: Freedom to Lead by Faith” in African American Church Leadership: Principles for Effective Ministry and Community Leadership.

Resources by Patricia Williams

Article | Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | Reforming Mentor Relationships by Rereading Genesis 1–3