Kraft, William F.
KRAFT, William F.
KRAFT, William F. American, b. 1938. Genres: Psychology. Career: Prof of Psychology, Carlow College, Pittsburgh, PA, 1969-. Psychologist in private practice. Director of Psychological Services, Somerset State Hospital, PA, 1965-68, and Dixmont State Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1968-70. Adjunct Professor, Duquesne University 1985-90. Consultant to Pittsburgh and Greensburg Catholic Diocese and religious communities. Publications: The Search for the Holy, 1971; A Psychology of Nothingness, 1974; Normal Modes of Madness, 1978; Sexual Dimensions of the Celibate Life, 1979; Achieving Promises: A Spiritual Guide for the Transitions of Life, 1982; A Whole and Holy Sexuality, 1989; The Search for the Holy, 1999; The Normal Alcoholic, 1999; Ways of the Desert, 2000; When Someone You Love Drinks Too Much, 2002. Contributor of many articles to professional journals and magazines.