The emphases are:
Do you want to learn how to better understand yourself and others? Do you hope to lead those seeking to enrich their lives? Do you desire a way to better give others the help they need?
At Southern, you'll learn from a Christian perspective in a high-quality academic program. Our program prepares professional counselors who can function effectively in a culturally diverse society.
As a student, you'll gain invaluable experience through clinical practice in supervised school and mental health settings with children and adults. Most importantly, you'll be prepared to help others reach their maximum potential in a powerful way.
For information about taking classes online and for a list of available courses, visit Southern Online or call 423.236.2087.
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Graduate Enrollment Counselor
Robert Coombs—Ph.D. (2004)
Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
D.Min., M.Div., The Southern Baptist Theo. Seminary
B.A., Carson-Newman College
Ileana Freeman-Gutierrez, Ph.D. (2005)
Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., Ball State University
B.A., M.A., Andrews University