Assistant Professor

Licensed Professional Counselor. Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, The University of the Cumberlands; M.A. Theological Studies, Reformed Theological Seminary; M.A. Counseling, Columbia International University; B.A. The University of South Carolina. Specializations: anxiety, mood disorders, counseling theories, spirituality in counseling and counselor education, theological integration, counselor development. Member: AACC, NBCC

Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) in Spiritual Formation and Leadership

Application Requirements

  • Admission application with a $50 nonrefundable application fee 
  • An acknowledgement that the applicant has reviewed the Statement of Faith
  • A 40 hours Master’s degree with 11 hours of Bible and Theology in Ministry or a related field of study 
  • Three completed reference forms:
    • Pastoral Reference
    • Character reference
    • Academic or professional reference
  • Resume
  • Academic Writing Sample 
  • Personal Interview with the Dean of the School of Ministry and Program Director 
  • A personal statement that outlines the applicant’s intent behind applying for the Doctor of Ministry at Richmont. Said application must be between 500 to 700 words typed, double spaced.