My time in the Counseling Psychology Department at Emmaus was stretching: theologically, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually. I was challenged to consider the basis for my beliefs and align them with Truth. This program held some of my most formative classes and was instrumental in shaping my character and pointing me to a life of purpose.
CASSIDY BAKERRecent Graduate
My name is Ben Mathew, the Chair and professor in the Counseling Psychology department, and I wanted to personally thank you for expressing interest in studying Counseling Psychology at Emmaus Bible College. The fact that you’re interested in studying counseling at Emmaus means two things:
With these two assumptions about you, I’m confident that you’ll find the Counseling Psychology program here at Emmaus a perfect fit to pursue both your passion for loving God, and your passion in loving people.
Please know that I would be honored to discuss any aspects of our program with you, and answer any questions that you might have about the vision, courses and conviction of our department.
I’m excited about the possibility of talking to you more, and I’ll be in prayer as you seek God’s guidance in your consideration of coming to Emmaus. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Take care and God bless.
• People-helping Ministries: the Counseling Psychology program will help you develop skills and attitudes as you seek to work in church, parachurch and other contexts that involve working with people.
• Graduate School: Our program fulfills the prerequisite course requirements for graduate programs in mental health, counseling and social service programs (both Christian and secular graduate schools).
• Our faculty have solid academic credentials, real world experience, and are state and nationally licensed in their profession.
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The mission of Emmaus Bible College, as an institution of higher learning, is to glorify God by teaching the Bible and by educating and equipping learners to serve and lead in churches, ministries, communities, and vocations.