Counseling and Psychology Above and Beyond
Trinity Renames Psychology Department to Counseling and Psychology Department
To more accurately reflect today’s practices and our program offerings, Trinity has updated the department name from Psychology to Counseling and Psychology.
Trinity Introduces 5.5 Year BA/MA in Psychology
Whether pursuing an undergraduate degree in a psychology-related program or earning a Master of Arts in counseling psychology, students at Trinity learn to blend a liberal arts based approach to psychological science with the art of understanding the self and relating to the contemporary world in all its complexity. And now, students who are working … Continue reading “Trinity Introduces 5.5 Year BA/MA in Psychology”
Wolff Named Professor of the Year
Prof. Kara E. Wolff, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, Department Chair, and Director of the Graduate Program in Counseling Psychology, has been named Trinity’s 2019-20 Professor of the Year.
7th Annual Psychology Renewed Conference
On March 30, Trinity’s Psychology and Social Work Departments will host the 7th Annual Psychology Renewed Conference, “Emotionally Focused Therapy.” This year’s featured speaker is Certified EFT Therapist Marcia Vickman LCPC, CADC. This introduction to Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) by Marcia Vickman will provide both new and experienced therapists the basic theory and interventions that … Continue reading “7th Annual Psychology Renewed Conference”
Trinity Professors Published in the Journal of Counseling in Illinois
Congratulations to Trinity’s psychology professors Dr. Kara Wolff, Dr. Jessica Clevering, and Dr. Debra Majewski for their recent articles in “The Journal of Counseling in Illinois” Winter 2019 issue! A publication of the Illinois Counseling Association, “The Journal of Counseling in Illinois” is dedicated to increasing the quality and quantity of professional dialog among Illinois … Continue reading “Trinity Professors Published in the Journal of Counseling in Illinois”
Dr. Kara Wolff – #TrinityProfessorsSpeak #TrinityWorldChangers
We’re pleased to introduce Dr. Kara Wolffe, Associate Professor of Psychology to our #TrinityProfessorsSpeak #TrinityWorldChangers series. #TrinityAdvantage
Trinity Creates ICA Chapter
Trinity Christian College is proud to announce its new membership as an official chapter of the Illinois Counseling Association (ICA). Trinity joins many other Illinois universities in offering students, alumni, and faculty the opportunity to develop, collaborate, and serve in the counseling field through membership to the Trinity chapter of the ICA. “We are so … Continue reading "Trinity Creates ICA Chapter"
Trinity Professors Present at Illinois Association for Multicultural Counseling Conference
Dr. Shaniqua Jones, Director of Community Engagement and Diversity Programs, and Dr. Kara Wolff, Director of the Graduate Program in Counseling Psychology, presented at the annual Illinois Association for Multicultural Counseling (IAMC) Conference on May 4, 2018.
Professors, Graduate Students Collaborate on Podcast Series Through 1871
Faculty members from our Special Education and Psychology Departments, working with students from Trinity’s graduate program in counseling psychology, recently created a podcast series in 1871’s studio.
Psychology Students Present at Conferences
Several Trinity undergraduate and graduate students and faculty recently presented their research at conferences.
Trinity Student Participates in Northwestern’s IGEN and SROP Programs
Trinity psychology major Josiah Rosario recently participated in Northwestern University’s Introduction to Graduate Education at Northwestern (IGEN) and Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) programs.
Trinity’s Annual Psychology Renewed Conference
The Psychology Renewed Conference is an annual event held in April for alumni, students, and members of the community
Dr. Hassert Authors Book Chapter on Hannibal Lecter and Philosophy
A new book “Hannibal Lecter and Philosophy: The Heart of the Matter,” delves more deeply into Lecter’s philosophical ways, and includes a chapter by Dr. Derrick L. Hassert, professor of psychology.