the mind

Counseling and Psychology

Making a difference with understanding and healing

The counseling and psychology programs at Trinity develop theoretical insight and professional skills through study, research, and practice. Because courses are taught with a Christian perspective, students will leave prepared for graduate study and to serve in a variety of psychology-related careers and professions with understanding and healing in mind.

Trinity also offers an Adult Undergraduate degree in psychology and a Graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

At Trinity, we also offer a 5.5 year BA/MA program. Through this unique opportunity, students who are working towards their B.A. or B.S. in Psychology at Trinity can apply to begin taking graduate-level courses in their junior or senior year. This allows students to earn both a psychology  B.A. and a counseling M.A. from Trinity in five and a half years, instead of six years.


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Art Therapy

If you love art and want to help others, you can combine your passions with a degree in Art Therapy. Art therapists use drawing, painting, and other creative outlets to help children and adults deal with grief and loss.

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With a psychology degree from Trinity Christian College, you will gain insights into humanity, based on the Creator’s teaching.


Speech-Language Pathology

With a B.S. in speech-language pathology from Trinity, you will be prepared for the next stage of your educational journey. And your education won’t be just theoretical.



Neuroscience & Behavior

A minor in neuroscience and behavior will provide invaluable insights the brain and nervous system.


Psychology Minor

With a minor in psychology , you will learn to blend natural science approaches with studies of the human experience.

Department Chair

Kara E. Wolff

Director of the Graduate Program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Professor of Counseling; Department Chair; Core Counselor Education Faculty
Phone: 708.239.3985    Email: kara.wolff@trnty.edu

Dr. Kara Wolff believes good psychologists are genuinely curious about the world. “I hope that my students develop a life-long pursuit of satisfying that curious spirit. People are incredibly interesting, and there is so much more to know about why we do the things that we do.”