About this Program:
The Master’s in Pastoral Counseling and Psychology combines theology with therapy to address relational, emotional, and spiritual needs. By integrating modern psychology with theological training, graduates can help people overcome many challenges, including addiction, marital issues, family conflict, and trauma. As leaders in religious and mental health institutions, they provide valuable guidance and comfort to people of all ages and stages. This program designed to produce highly skilled, critical, reflective, compassionate, and socially engaged practitioners-scholars with a robust and evolving sense of pastoral identity. Students will be equipped to integrate theology with psychological theories to address human suffering and facilitate the healing and flourishing of persons and communities.