Dr. Stephen Freeman

Dr. Stephen Freeman

Professor
Phone: 903-886-5646
E-mail: stephen.freeman@tamuc.edu

Dr. Stephen Freeman joined the faculty in 2004. His 39 years of clinical experience includes psychiatric nursing, head injury rehabilitation, clinical mental health counseling, and university teaching.  In 1995 after 3 years of study Dr. Freeman earned the designation Diplomate in Logotherapy from the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy. In 2014 he was named a Distinguished Reviewer by The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Dr. Freeman is the author of numerous publications including four books: Ethics: An Introduction to Philosophy and Practice; Grief and Loss: Understanding the Journey; Choosing Death and Taking Life: The Issues and Ethics of End-of-Life Decision Making; and The Existential Narrative of Loss: Group Facilitation of Complicated Bereavement. His current research interests are applied ethics in the behavioral sciences and bereavement.