Counseling Psychology

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The Counseling Psychology department offers small, individualized classes and seminars that are taught by highly trained and supportive faculty. With outstanding academic preparation and hands-on experiences students thrive in a field affording many gratifying professional opportunities. 

Academic Programs

To learn more about our academic program, please visit the Counseling Psychology, MS, MFT, PCC page. We offer training for the following:

  • Master of Science (MS) in Counseling Psychology
  • Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT)
  • Professional Clinical Counselor (PCC) 

Continuing Education

In addition to Counseling Psychology degree programs, the department also offers Continuing Education classes.

Continuing Education is an important step to take to meet your licensing requirements, keeping abreast with the developments in the field and upgrading skills. 

Learn about our Continuing Education

 

 

Counseling Psychology Leadership

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Robin Gayle, MDiv, PhD

Professor and Chair, Department of Counseling Psychology

Contact Information

Office Hours

Mon.-Thurs.  12pm-5pm

Faculty and Staff

Robyn Gayle headshot

Robin Gayle, MDiv, PhD

Professor and Chair, Department of Counseling Psychology
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Diane Suffridge, PhD

Associate Professor and Director, University Counseling Services
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J. Vincent Nevins, LMFT, PhD

Assistant Professor Practicum Director
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Carlos Molina, EdD, LMFT

Assistant Professor Director of General Masters Declaration Program
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Rani Devadasan, LMFT, MS

Program Manager