The faculty at Rosemead is committed to providing you with a diverse education that can address the needs and issues you will encounter outside of the classroom. Because of this commitment, Rosemead does not adhere to any one "school" or theoretical orientation in psychology. However, there is a strong tradition of psychoanalytic thinking (enhanced by current research on attachment and neurobiology) that has informed many of the perspectives of the faculty. At Rosemead, you will have the opportunity to take courses from a variety of perspectives, and this will allow you to determine which perspective works best for you and your clients. Rosemead's faculty members emphasize psychological assessment, individual psychotherapy with adults, and family therapy. As a Rosemead student, you will study with a faculty who are also practicing therapists, authors, journal editors, ministers, former missionaries, researchers, and national experts.
Associate Professor of Theology