Counseling and Pastoral Care students are prepared to:
- critique psychology theories from a Christian worldview.
- integrate biblical principles into various psychological models.
- pursue graduate work and licensure as an LPC, AAMFT, or MSW.
Want to offer hope and healing to someone in need? At Ozark Christian College in Joplin, Missouri, our Bachelor of Arts in Counseling and Pastoral Care prepares you to do just that. You'll be trained to critique psychology theory from a Christian worldview and integrate biblical principles into various psychological models. You'll also be prepared for crisis intervention in scenarios such as suicide, depression, and drug addiction. You'll receive a working model from which to offer counseling to those struggling with emotional and psychological problems, and you'll be prepared for graduate work and licensure as LPC, AAMFT, or MSW.
"Through the integration of Biblical knowledge and foundational counseling skills, the Counseling and Pastoral Care program prepares students to engage in a variety of human service pathways including professional and pastoral counseling."Email Laura Porter