help. others.

The Counseling Psychology Department prepares men and women for service within the community, the church, and the family through the ministry of counseling.  We combine the concepts of psychology and the skills of counseling within the principles of scripture and then integrate them into practical application. The integration of one’s faith into the workplace is a challenge for all Christians, but especially for counselors who are sought out by those seeking personal changes. The Counseling faculty represents varied disciplines with a combined 102 years of counseling and teaching experience in a variety of settings. Those disciplines include a counseling psychologist, an adventure-based counselor, a pastoral counselor and two licensed professional counselors, one of whom specializes in human sexuality and gender identity issues.


G. William Quarterman, Ed. D. 

Dottie S. Brock, Ph. D. 
Christopher W. Gibson, M.A.
Brenna K. Vickers, M.S.

We rise by lifting others.
— Robert Ingersoll



  • Counseling
  • Family Studies
  • Psychology

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