R. Dandridge Collins, PhD
Dr. Collins is an ordained minister/licensed PA psychologist with over 30 years of experiencetraining in diverse settings including both church related and the non-profit behavioral health facilities. He is the proprietor of the Pastoral Counseling Network, a pastoral psychology practice located in center city Philadelphia and Media, Pa.. His practice specializes in marriage and family therapy, as well as supporting pastors in the counseling of their members throughout the Delaware Valley region.
Dr. Collins has written a bestselling book The Trauma Zone: Trusting God for Emotional Healing, released in January 2007 by Moody Publications.
Dr. Collins is a noted national and international speaker. Dr Collins currently appears in The History Channel’s series The Nostradamus Effect, in the episode entitled “The Rapture”.
- Dr. Collins was the immediate past-president of the Delaware Valley Association of Black Psychologists (2012-14).
- Dr. Collins was a featured lecturer at the prestigious Rancho La Puerta in Tecate, México.
- Dr Collins serves as a contributor to WURD AM radio, a Philadelphia basedAfrican American owned station.
- Additionally, he served as a weekly consultant on WDAS FM, the 2nd ranked adult station in the Philadelphia market, on Patti Jackson’s Rewind show.
- He also appeared weekly in the Chicago market with The Urban Praise Show, hosted by Rev. Roy Patterson, as “Dr. Dan” from 2006-2012
- He also has been a guest on other national & local T.V programs.
- Dr Collins contributed to Montel Williams’ national radio show, Montel Across America. In March 2009.
- His work on trauma was recognized on CNN’s Fit Nation program that was co-hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta and former president Bill Clinton.
- Dr Collins is nationally certified in the fields of addictions and forensics.
- He has been a guest workshop leader on relationships issues throughout the country.
- Dr Collins is fluent in Spanish, French, and Sign Language.
- Dr Collins resides in Bear, Delaware with his wife, and family.