Chair, Counseling Psychology Department Chair; Professor of Psychology and Counseling
Dr. Quarterman joined the TFC faculty in 1992. He is a 1976 alumnus and along with his wife served 7 years as Resident Director in Fant Hall.
He has been a licensed professional counselor for 24 years and led team building, conflict resolution, gender diversity, communicating with understanding, personality inventories, stress reduction, and family workshops for 30+ years. He has served as a member and chair of the Composite Board and many other boards.
“I choose to teach at TFC because of the quality of student who comes to TFC. As a licensed professional counselor I have worked with a diversity of populations in our culture. Our Christian college students are empathic, intelligent and are eager to learn all of the skills possible to equip them to reach a lost, hurting world for Jesus Christ. It is exciting to watch each of them grow and become socially, physically, mentally and spiritually mature as they trust in the Lord.”
“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving let your request be known to God. And the peace of God which passes all understanding will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7
|Degrees Earned:||School Attended|
|Ed.D||Counseling and Student Personnel Services||University of Georgia|
|M.A.||Counseling Psychology||Trinity Evangelical Divinity School|
|M.R.E.||Trinity Evangelical Divinity School|
|B.S.||Bible and Theology||Toccoa Falls College|