Assistant Dean of the School of Counseling, Coordinator of the Trauma Certificate Program, and Associate Professor of Counseling

Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor. Ph.D. Counselor Education, and Supervision, Mercer University; M.A., Professional Counseling with specializations in Trauma Counseling and Counseling and Spirituality, Richmont Graduate University; B.A. Psychology, Taylor University. Specializations: relational psychodynamic theory and practice, developmental trauma, religious and spiritual coping in response to trauma, spiritually oriented psychotherapy, and clinical supervision. Member: ACA, ACES, SACES, LPCAGA, CAPS

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.