Received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Antioch University New England in 2003, his master’s degree in religion from Yale Divinity School, and his bachelor’s degree from Trinity College. He completed his internship and postdoctoral training at the Danielsen Institute (Boston University). Dr. Hammer has taught in the clinical psychology department at AUNE since 2009 and practices as a licensed, clinical psychologist in Vermont. He continues to pursue his special interests in clinical supervision, peace psychology, social justice, and spiritually oriented psychotherapy.
Hammer, D. E. (2020). The lived experience of a psychologist activist. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 18(2), e1536.
Hammer, D. (2019). Cultivating soulfulness in psychotherapy. Spirituality in Clinical Practice, 6(2), 139–143. doi:10.1037/SCP0000173
Doehring, C., Clark, A., et al. (2009). Perceiving sacredness in life: Correlates and
predictors. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, vol. 31, 55-73.
Hammer, D. (2003). Attending to the spirituality of clients in psychotherapy: An integrative approach to treatment, UMI Dissertation Services, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Hammer, D. (2007). A Spirituality of Peacemaking. A Symposium–Spirituality in the World Today: The Influence of Henri Nouwen. Yale University Divinity School, New Haven, CT.
Hammer, D., Hughes, T., Kim, D., & McCorkle, B. H. (2004). Sacred Moments: Treating Social Anxiety from a Larger Perspective. Grand Rounds, Harvard University Health Services, Mental Health Service, Cambridge, MA.