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.
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.
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.
Director of the Graduate Program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Professor of Counseling; Department Chair; Core Counselor Education Faculty Phone: 708.239.3985 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.”