Blanton, Gregg. The Three Minds of Marriage: How Psychotherapy, Neuroscience, and Contemplation Can Heal, Strengthen, and Transform Intimate Relationships. New York: Lantern Books, 2017.
Blanton, Gregg. Mind Over Marriage: How to Improve Interpersonal Relationships through Centering Prayer. New York: Lantern Books, 2013.
Blanton, Gregg. “The Other Mindful Practice: Centering Prayer and Psychotherapy.” Pastoral Psychology 60 (2011): 133-147.
Blanton, Gregg. “Integrating Postmodern and Christian Contemplative Thought: Building a Theoretical Framework.” Journal of Psychology and Christianity 27.1 (Spring 2008): 73-84.
Blanton, Gregg. “Adding Silence to Stories: Narrative Therapy and Contemplation.” Contemporary Family Therapy 29 (2007): 211-221.
Blanton, Gregg. “Introducing Letter Writing into Christian Psychotherapy.” Journal of Psychology and Christianity 25.1 (Spring 2006): 77-88.
Blanton, Gregg. “How to Talk to Christian Clients About Their Spiritual Lives: Insights from Postmodern Family Therapy.” Pastoral Psychology 54.2 (November 2005): 93-101.
Blanton, Gregg. “Narrative Family Therapy and Spiritual Direction: Do They Fit?” Journal of Psychology and Christianity 24.1 (2005): 68-79.
Blanton, Gregg. “Creating Narratives from Meditation: A Model for Marital Therapy.”
Marriage and Family: A Christian Journal 6 (2004):43-55.
Blanton, Gregg. Review of The Mirror of God: Christian Faith as Spiritual Practice, by James W. Jones.
The Christian Scholar’s Review 33.4 (Summer 2003): 594-96.
Blanton, Gregg. “Opening Space for Dialogue Between Postmodern Therapists and Evangelical Clients.” The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families 12.4 (October 2004): 375-382.
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Blanton, Gregg. “A Model for Supervising Undergraduate Internships.” Teaching of Psychology 28:3 (Summer 2001): 217-19.
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