Joanna Collicutt is Karl Jaspers Lecturer in Psychology and Spirituality, Ripon College Cuddesdon and lectures in psychology of religion at Oxford University. She studied experimental psychology and (later) theology at Oxford University, and clinical psychology and (later) Christianity and the Arts at King's College, London. She is a chartered clinical psychologist and registered specialist neuropsychologist. After many years working in the British National Health Service, Joanna moved into the field of psychology of religion and was director of the MA programme in psychology of religion at Heythrop College, University of London, prior to her move to Oxford in 2010. Her interests are wide ranging, reflected in publications on positive psychology, brain and behaviour, natural theology, psychological approaches to the Bible, psychological trauma, the spirituality of children and people with special needs, theology and death, and medical ethics. Her most recent books are The psychology of Christian character formation (SCM, 2015), Being mindful being Christian (Monarch, 2016), Thinking of you: A theological and practical resource for the spiritual care of people with dementia (BRF, 2017), When you pray (BRF, 2019), Seriously Messy (BRF, 2019), and Neurology and religion (CUP, 2019).