Dr. Rosik is the author of "'Outing' the Moral Dimension in Research on Homosexuality," an article published in the association's Journal of Psychology and Christianity in 1996, as well as "Conversion Therapy Revisited: Parameters and Rationale for Ethical Care," published in 2001 in the Journal of Pastoral Care.
CAPS' purpose is to promote the integration of Christianity and the behavioral sciences at both theoretical and applied levels, and to provide educational and research opportunities for its members. Founded in 1956, CAPS has some 2000 members in the U.S., Canada, and 25 other countries.
The association's members serve as psychologists, marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, pastoral counselors, psychiatrists, professors & researchers, social workers, guidance counselors, and students and professionals in training.
The association publishes the quarterly Journal of Psychology and Christianity. Dr. Rosik's article appeared in the journal's Vol. 15, No. 4 issue on pages 373-384. Information on membership can be obtained by calling 830) 629-CAPS or visiting the CAPS web site at www.caps.net.