School of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy
The School of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy at Wheaton College integrates Christian belief and practice with the best of contemporary scholarship and professional standards in the disciplines of clinical psychology, counseling, and marriage and family therapy.
In the School of Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy at Wheaton College, we integrate Christian belief and practice with the best of contemporary scholarship and professional standards in the disciplines of clinical psychology, counseling, and marriage and family therapy. Through our undergraduate and graduate programs, we provide students with the opportunity to:
- Develop foundational biblical and theological knowledge, principles of hermeneutics and biblical interpretation, and an understanding of the gospel in light of the biblical metanarrative of Scripture (Foundations of integration)
- Critique, analyze and synthesize psychological theory and research from a Christian worldview including an understanding of contemporary models and methods of integration (Integration competencies)
- Apply faith integration to personal formation, identity, relationships and vocation (Personal process and applications)
- Articulate how life in Christ shapes, informs and guides thought and action regarding key disciplinary and human questions – particularly human suffering, personhood, ethics, human flourishing, issues of justice, community mindedness (Professional engagement)
From the B.A. in Psychology, to the M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy or Clinical and Mental Health Counseling, to the Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, our four degree programs offer flexible and residential options for students seeking to develop as leaders in Psychology, Clinical and Mental Health Counseling, and Marriage and Family Therapy.
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.)
- Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.)
- Marriage and Family Therapy (M.A.)
About the School of Psychology, Counseling, and Family Therapy
Friday, November 1st; 7:00 p.m.-9;00 p.m.
This reception is a great way to learn about our graduate programs in psychology (M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy, and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology). The event will include faculty presentations about each graduate program in Psychology, as well as time with faculty and current graduate students. Time with Graduate Admissions and Student Financial Services will also be available. Food and refreshments are provided by our nationally-ranked Bon Appetit dining service.
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