Psychology is all about understanding how people think, relate & act. We believe that a Christian worldview is an essential part of this understanding.
Hill and a team of researchers from four universities across the nation tackled the question 'Can you measure humility?' with a $1.5 million grant from The John Templeton Foundation from 2013-2016 and produced a tool to measure humility. Now, Hill has received an additional $1.9 million grant from The John Templeton Foundation to continue their research and apply the tool to leadership, looking at how to develop leader humility.
Rosemead School of Psychology professor David Wang was awarded a $217,000 planning grant by The John Templeton Foundation to research the relationship between spiritual development and character development.
Professor of psychology Liz Hall received the 2016 Council for Christian Colleges and Universities networking grant of $18,000 for her research on Christian meaning-making in the context of suffering.
The Biola Counseling Center doctoral internship received initial APA Accreditation November 6, 2015. BCC is accepting applications for four full-time intern positions in 2017-18.
Rosemead School of Psychology has been awarded seven years of accreditation, the maximum length of accreditation, from the American Psychological Association, for the Ph.D. and Psy.D. programs in clinical psychology.
For 40 years, this Rosemead publication has been a leading source of research and scholarship on the integration of psychology and theology.
The Biola Counseling Center offers a variety of services, such as, assistantships to current graduate students and professional help for lay people.